The worst-kept secret in college basketball is how coaches, sneaker executives, sports agents, travel-team coaches and financial advisers, often through under-the-table payments, steer top high school talent first to NCAA programs and later to apparel brands and professional representation once they
Jaguars owner Shahid Khan's unprecedented show of solidarity with his players sent a powerful message of togetherness through the league.
The NFL owner locked arms while other players knelt during the playing of the national anthem before the Jaguars-Ravens game.
Things won't stop. At least not in the short term. If anything, Trump will create more protests from players and galvanize support among their peers.
Like everyone in the league, the Jaguars' Calais Campbell knows what he willingly signed up for – and is paid handsomely to do. That doesn't mean the news doesn't hit like a punch to the gut.
Eventually it's the future in the United States (even outside the Las Vegas Raiders) although when that occurs remains the multibillion-dollar question.
A CTE diagnosis this significant comes as not just a surprise, but a chilling moment for a sport that is trying everything to both make the game safer and convince young athletes, and their parents, that it is worth playing.
King's landmark victory over Bobby Riggs was one for the ages, but her accomplishment was driven by something more than sports.
The defense was supposed to be strong and stingy, but too often, particularly against the Pittsburghs and New Englands of the league, it wasn't. Now maybe it's back.