Aaron Rodgers apparently is trying to pull a Tom Brady. Sort of. Trey Wingo reports (or at least he says he’s “hearing”) that the return of Aaron Rodgers to the Packers is “hinging on trading for former teammate Randall Cobb.” Says Wingo, “If Cobb is in Green Bay it looks like Rodgers will be too.” [more]
Japan lead the medal table but Great Britain have surged towards the top
Rookie defensive tackle Jaylen Twyman reported to Vikings training camp over the weekend, but he won’t be playing for the team this season. Twyman was shot four times while in Washington, D.C. last month and avoided major injury, but the Vikings announced on Monday that the sixth-round pick has been waived with a non-football injury [more]
A gunman in Fort Worth, Texas, opened fire on a group of people, killing one person before being stoned to death.
It's time for the Big Ten to become proactive against the Southeastern Conference; go get Southern California and Oregon. Or join forces with ACC.
The Longhorns and Sooners have all but left the Big 12 for the SEC. Dan Wetzel and Pete Thamel take you inside the meetings this past weekend between the two schools and their scorned conference members. Is this move bad for college football? Which schools would we target if we ran the Pac-12, Big 12, Big Ten and the ACC?
Women are driving a worldwide conversation about sexism in sports uniforms, and you love to see it After a Norwegian women’s beach handball team was fined for protesting sexist uniform standards by competing in a match wearing shorts, there’s been a new focus on the inequity between men’s and women’s sports uniforms. Now, the Olympic 
At an Olympics aiming to set the highest level of television standards, the head of broadcasting at the Tokyo Games is trying to banish overly sexualized images of female athletes. “You will not see in our coverage some things that we have been seeing in the past, with details and close-up on parts of the body,” Olympic Broadcasting Services chief executive Yiannis Exarchos said Monday. Gymnasts from Germany sent a message against uniforms they believe exploit their sexuality by competing in Tokyo wearing unitards that covered their legs to the ankle.
They may have long odds now, but they could look like real contenders by the end of the week.
Alex Pavlovic gives some bold predictions ahead of the MLB trade deadline.
That narrows things down considerably.
With Texas and Oklahoma all but welcomed into the conference, adjustments must be made.
An Argentinian hockey player has received a suspension following a bizarre end-of-match fracas at the Olympics.
It seems like this is where college football is going. If this was the result, would you take it?
With just days to go until the 2021 NBA Draft, James Ham provides his latest Mock Draft.
Who is the first school you call if you're the ACC and why?
The differing treatment of a black female athlete and a white male in the run-up to the Olympics show the double standards that permeate sport The US sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson (left), who was suspended for a positive test for marijuana, and Alen Hadzic, an alternate on the US fencing team who has faced accusations of sexual assault. Photograph: Getty Images In seemingly less time than Sha’Carri Richardson’s world-stopping, 100m triumph at the US trials, the matter of her Olympic-disqualifyin
Gregg Popovich has won five NBA titles with the Spurs, but he has been clueless from the very moment he was given the reins to USA Basketball.
Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers had a plan to help Ben Simmons improve.
The IOC claimed it punished Russia for its vast doping scandal. Try telling that to the four guys in Russia colors who just won the men's gymnastics competition.