With the recent surge in fines for NFL coaches who don’t wear their masks on the sidelines, Ravens coach John Harbaugh could be a little lighter in the wallet after removing his mask to yell at the ref.
In response to the leaking of several images of the Kobe Bryant crash site, Governor Gavin Newsom has signed a bill into law this week banning first responders from sharing crime scene photos off the job.
The NFL is still struggling to gain viewers as ratings for the league’s Week 3 games were down across nearly every game and network.
The NFL had remained relatively problem free regarding positive coronavirus tests since the season began three weeks ago, but that is apparently coming to an end.
The Texans traded their best player away for next to nothing and are currently 0-3. So, it’s an open question as to whether anyone wants to come to their games.
Senators Kelly Loeffler (R-GA), Mike Lee (R-UT), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), James Lankford (R-OK), and Tom Cotton (R-AR) recently introduced a bill that will protect female athletes of all ages from being forced to complete against biological men.
Over the weekend, action star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson — who calls himself a “political centrist” — endorsed Democrat Joe Biden.
Cowboys defensive lineman probably expected to get a fair amount of backlash over his dangerous tackle of Seattle’s Chris Carson.
Democrat U.S. Senator, Doug Jones, posted a new ad slamming GOP opponent Tommy Tuberville as a quitter during his years as a coach.
Illinois State offensive coordinator Kurt Beathard quit his job Wednesday, after a controversy that began when someone hung a Black Lives Matter sign on his door.
The Seattle Seahawks had a touchdown after an incredible deep ball throw from quarterback Russell Wilson. They had that touchdown, until Dallas’ Trevon Diggs took it away.
A Florida high school has banned the “thin blue line flag” from its football games over fears it might be construed as a political statement by the team and the school.
A family in Stow, Ohio, got the surprise of a lifetime during a high school football game over the weekend.
Members of The Washington Football Team wore t-shirts bearing the name of Breonna Taylor ahead of Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns.
NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana is said to have fought off a home invader who reportedly tried to grab one of his grandchildren.
Longtime Reds broadcaster Thom Brennaman has decided to resign from his position with the team after he recently uttered a gay slur during a live broadcast.
As with his colleague Charles Barkley, TNT basketball commentator Shaquille O’Neal drew the ire of the left after he made comments supportive of the police in the Breonna Taylor case.
TNT basketball commentators Charles Barkley and Shaquille O’Neal are facing the outrage of thousands on social media, after the pair pointed out how defunding the police will harm black people.
UFC boss Dana White demurred from punishing fighter Colby Covington after the fighter was accused of racism against a black opponent.
LeBron James is speaking more about the death of Kentucky woman Breonna Taylor and claiming that black women are “the most disrespected.”
The Pac-12 set a Nov. 6 start date Thursday for a seven-game football season, following the Big Ten in overturning an August decision to postpone until spring because of concerns about playing through the pandemic.
It’s not unusual for the NBA on TNT to swerve into the realm of politics, and Thursday night’s show was no exception.
ESPN broadcaster Mark Jones tweeted that he will tell the police officers assigned to protect him at stadiums to “take the day off,” out of fear that the officer might shoot him due to his “black skin.”
A large construction firm in Utah announced that it is giving up its VIP suite, after Utah Jazz players began kneeling during the national anthem.
A woman attending a Logan High School football game in Logan, Ohio, was tased and arrested on Wednesday because she wasn’t wearing a mask.
Monaco-based Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton on Thursday announced the members of his own commission of inquiry to tackle the lack of diversity and opportunity he says is endemic in the sport.
LeBron James described himself as “devastated, hurt, sad and mad” when reacting to the Grand Jury indictment of former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison in connection with the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.