How the Seattle football team became the social justice warriors of the NFL
How quickly does it take an entire country to turn against a sport?
At 40 years old, the New England Patriots quarterback isn't supposed to be here anymore
Having nearly one out of four teams with a minority quarterback at the helm wasn't something we were close to five years ago – but is it progress?
"Honoring America has to mean much, much more than standing at attention for a song," Detroit Pistons head coach Stan Van Gundy writes
Houston quarterback donated his first game check to hurricane victims
Jay-Z also spoke out about McNair's "inmates" comment during his concert over the weekend, following a performance of "The Story of O.J."
"I think we can all agree that equity in education can help affect change that we all want to see in this country," defensive end says
Colin Kaepernick has hired Mark Geragos as his attorney rather than going through the NFL Players Association
Oakland Raiders running back gets asked at end of the episode if he'd want to play tennis against Serena Williams for a later segment
After Sunday's win over the Lions, QB reaffirmed he was only being sarcastic and that he was actually complimenting Jourdan Rodrigue
A video surfaced on social media over the weekend of Foerster snorting a white powdery substance with a $20 bill before going into a team meeting
"He knew our team has had the most players protest," Reid said after Vice President left game. "He knew that we were probably going to do it again"
He gave up on comedy and found a backdoor into sports. So who the hell is this guy and why does he matter?
Conventional methods of learning football – like studying a playbook – are taking a backseat to video games, which can be uniquely educational