Here in the Age of Trump, however, particularly after the incidents and terrorism of Charlottesville, Virginia, the possibility that sports stars will begin to just shut up and play is all but gone. Instead, with Trump, they are engaged, enraged, empowered and encouraged. Consider Stephen Curry, who
As attention is being paid to who is and isn't standing during the national anthem prior to football games, a different question should be asked: Why play the anthem before football games, or any games, at all?
Jerry Jones should be furious … at Ezekiel Elliott, just as Elliott should be furious … at himself.
Part of the euphoria was because Trubisky looked so good. Part of it is because the other guys looked so pedestrian.
There are few similarities in the paths each took from the bottom to the top, but Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor somehow found their way here.
This rally is likely to be counterproductive. "Distractions" are a common card played against Kaepernick. Control-freak NFL coaches tend to hate distractions, big or small. Park Avenue rallies certainly qualify as big.
Teams searching for starting QBs in August don't find perfect solutions. Be it Cutler or Colin Kaepernick, there were no assurances here.
It's absurd to hang a perfect season out there as something tangible to accomplish. It's not unfair though. It just speaks to Brady's greatness. What else is there?
Allen Iverson has always had a hard time dealing with coaches, and things aren't going any smoother now that he's coaching himself.
If a team is down a QB early in the season, and Kaepernick represents the best on the open market, then he’ll probably get signed. Incapable of just making a football decision, or a business decision, or any kind of decisive decision (for or against), Steve Bisciotti, the owner of the Baltimore Ravens