Bill Belichick, the dour coach of the New England Patriots who has long preached the importance of character in his players, acquired two of the NFL’s most notorious misfits on Thursday.
This week, the transactions wire and rumor mill are going mad.
The NFL lockout came to a close on Monday afternoon, as player representatives from all 32 National Football League teams approved a new collective bargaining agreement that the owners ratified last Thursday night. “Football is …
The NFL’s players and owners aren’t sitting around the campfire, roasting marshmallows, doing the Hokey Pokey.
Ray Lewis, the manically intense middle linebacker from the Baltimore Ravens, will go down as one of the greatest defensive players in NFL history. But he might want to stay away from sociology.
The tragic death of New York Rangers forward Derek Boogaard shocked the National Hockey League. Now, sports fans are left to wonder: did the violent nature of Boogaard’s game play a role in his demise?
On Monday, Boston University’s Center for the Study of Traumatic Encephalopathy announced that Dave Duerson, the former star NFL defensive back who committed suicide on February 17, was suffering from a moderately advanced case …
ESPN can broadcast as many uncomfortable episodes of “Jon Gruden’s QB Camp” that it wants (why any agent would permit a prospect to subject himself to nationally-televised awkward conversations with an ex-NFL coach is beyond me).
A front-runner has emerged for 2011 NFL MVP honors, and her name is Susan Nelson.
With an NFL lockout looking more and more likely, TIME takes a look at strikes, lockouts and other work stoppages in sporting history
Concussion detection is crucial, but could have been tackled long ago.
For the Green Bay Packers, who beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 31-25, in a thrilling Super Bowl that came down to the final drive, the game could not have been sweeter.
Walking the grounds of Super Bowl XLV, I bumped into the 19-year-old with a heart of green and gold.