Ray Lewis is closing out a brilliant football career. But when talking about controversies — deer antlers, a high-profile criminal case – the Baltimore star has been less than stellar
A Baltimore Ravens player is predicting the NFL’s extinction. How this Super Bowl is grappling with player safety
The Department of Education issues a ‘Dear Colleague’ letter, specifying what schools must do for disabled athletes. What does this mean for these athletes?
While the NFL faces more litigation, a breakthrough could help manage head trauma
A primer on the next great hope in American tennis
The Harbaugh brothers, Jim and John, will face off in the Super Bowl when the San Francisco 49ers meet the Baltimore Ravens
In this week’s issue of TIME, we explore the cult of Tough Mudder, the obstacle-course racing event held across the country. Tough Mudder was launched in 2010 and has seen rapid growth in people willing to put themselves through …
Lance Armstrong offered an apology. But with him, you’ll never know what’s real.
On a per student basis, in an era of tight budgets, schools are spending more on athletics than academics. Much more.
Denver coach John Fox should have taken a shot to win the game in regulation. After all, Matt Ryan and the Falcons pulled it off.
Seau suffered from a brain disease associated with football head trauma. Why the concussion suit litigation may grow
Looking inside the analytics of baseball, steroids, and the Hall of Fame
How a catchphrase – which many find offensive — got started