But if Tom Brady can't talk openly about concussions without worry, it doesn't bode well for the countless athletes who wonder if they should.
In the town of Beckley, W.V., the leading lieutenants in the fight against opioids are the men and women coaching high school sports.
None of the sudden draft buzz surprises Williams, who is still miffed over his lack of recruitment. He will be the first player from Grambling drafted since Jason Hatcher in 2006.
The theme was clear: parallel comebacks. There is truth to it, but in both stories there have been scrapes with authority along the way: deflate-gate in one case, an ongoing FBI investigation in the other. The roadblocks and fissures haven't mattered, and perhaps never will.
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared on Yahoo Sports on July 12, 2012, two months after Frank Martin took the head coaching job at South Carolina. In fact, the only thing Frank Martin’s expressions seem to scream is screaming.
Is it Mitchell Trubisky? “I think they both sound good,” said the North Carolina quarterback, who recently asked to be called “Mitchell” and now has amended that. Mitchell Trubisky showed off his arm on Tuesday at North Carolina’s pro day.
“Congratulations, Olympic bronze medalist!” wrote German high jumper Ariane Friedrich. “Congratulations, Olympic bronze medalist!” came another message, from another competitor in a different country. All three placed in front of Lowe.
Time ran out and one of the Atlanta Falcons threw his helmet straight down into the turf. Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan stood slightly away from the others, then stared out the window at rows and rows of parked cars toward the dark Texas skyline. The silence was busted when they exited through
Andrew Morosky planned to make the drive from Austin to cheer on the team he has loved since childhood, the New England Patriots. “Lifelong Pats Fan No More, Dump Trump” read a sign he carried from Hermann Park down Fannin Street toward NRG Stadium, the site of Super Bowl LI. Morosky bailed on the