Drew Brees has slung the most accurate passing season in NFL history, but Patrick Mahomes is the QB getting the most buzz.
Right before last Christmas, he got his four siblings’ names tattooed on his fingers in Hebrew. The history of his family and faith is right there, not as much for others to see, but for him to see.
The Foster case is a sad example of how seeming benevolence is not only a disservice to victims and a female fan base, but a likely disservice to an alleged abuser who needs help.
Forbes has Stafford ranked as the 10th highest paid athlete in the world, right in front of Kevin Durant. Stafford is not Durant. He’s closer to Carmelo Anthony.
Drew Brees and the Saints are in prime position to make another Super Bowl run. And it's partly due to some positions that aren't so prime themselves.
Dozens of Notre Dame students kneeled during the national anthem, in part as a call to fellow students to pay attention to racial issues, in part because of a recent episode of police brutality in Indiana, and in part because of their faith.
Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, who was integral in three Patriots Super Bowl wins, has shown that maybe the Patriot Way isn’t the only way.