The NFL has been nothing if not complicated this season. However, it’s typically been for all of the wrong, off-field reasons.
It’s been known for a while that LeBron James was no longer staying at Trump hotels. And now that it’s caught on, it’s having quite the impact.
Wednesday morning, for whatever reason, president Donald Trump decided he was going to tweet about LaVar Ball. So here we are.
President Donald Trump has called on the NFL to suspend Marshawn Lynch the next time he sits for the national anthem. One problem with that…
Donald Trump isn’t taking LaVar Ball’s slight well.
President Trump wanted thanks for helping 3 UCLA players. What did LaVar Ball think?
UCLA came to a decision on their three players who were arrested in China.
It seems like every week around the NFL, the message changes. What’s next?
What are you going to do if they all kneel, Jerry Jones—forfeit the game?
With Trump grabbing all the wrong headlines, why’s he talking so much about the NFL?
Why do we play the national anthem before every sporting event in the first place?
Donald Trump thought he could silence protesters, and it’s already backfired.
The Patriots visited the White House this past week, but a few faces were missing. Plus, who will the Browns draft? And, we touch on Aaron Hernandez.
It is amazing how life imitates art. How sports—particularly football—imitates political art. Without further ado, the current hits of Trump and Goodell.
Super Bowl LI is right around the corner and you’re ready to watch, but you’re not necessarily a fan of either team. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
From unnecessarily loaded schedules to plain old bad football, we have plenty of questions for Roger Goodell’s NFL as the year comes to a close.
And so we’ve come to the point in the NFL season where we reassess everything. Where we question everything. And where we look for answers… to everything.
Now that Theo Epstein has helped deliver a World Series championship to the Chicago Cubs, plenty of big-name executives are lining up to give him a call.