Sports columnist Dan O'Shaughnessy caused a stir across the sports world, when he made a controversial tweet about women in sports.
American football is full of metaphors and paradoxes. The NFL is the most socialistic framework and business model in all of professional sports.
On Jan. 24, while on what was supposed to be a fun-filled field trip, 57 Lakota American Indian school children, ages 9-13, were verbally and physically assaulted.
Several thousand people protested the name of the Washington's football team at a Minnesota Vikings home game recently.
Football, despite its violent and masculinist culture, isn't an island unto itself, but rather a microcosm of social crisis that ripples across every segment of our larger society.
Think about it: before Goodell as well as Ravens coach Jim Harbaugh and Ravens officials saw this new tape, what did they think had transpired on that elevator?
As an Ohio native, I have to admit I got a little teary eyed when NBA basketball star LeBron James announced he was returning to play for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
On June 18, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office canceled six registered trademarks which it had previously granted to the Washington football team for its name.
The NBA does not have to allow that man or anyone else who does what he did to be the public face of professional basketball in LA.
What Sherman said wasn't gracious to his defeated opponent, but it was by no means out of bounds, nothing that would warrant the controversy that followed.