Favre hasn't been charged with a crime. Federal authorities are involved and the FBI has questioned Favre. But how could anyone want to be tangentially associated with this?
The real shame in all of this isn't Robert Sarver's lack of shame, it's that he'll walk away from this with a tidy profit to further enrich his already bloated bank account, and the men and women he victimized for years get nothing.
There are multiple problems with Pittsburgh's offense. But a lot of it falls on Trubisky, who's struggling to move the ball — and has a first-round pick waiting in the wings.
The NBA's punishment of Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver doesn't fit the crime even based on the league's own historic standards.
Jones missed postgame media availabilities due to the injury, and while it's early, it seems Bill Belichick's decision to not name an offensive coordinator speaks to a bigger problem.
Serena and Venus have done for tennis what Tiger Woods was supposed to do for golf, the U.S.'s other country club sport.
Serena has always loved herself out loud, her gorgeous curves and luscious lips and coiled hair, and that has resonated with Black women, who for so long have been told that those things were unappealing.
Where were the adults in the room to protect Duke's Rachel Richardson, a Black volleyball player who had racist slurs directed at her during a match at BYU?