We’re seeing a smidgen of urgency, but the league and players’ union aren’t any closer to a deal than they were when negotiations started 10 days ago.
Just as the NBA was informing teams about various restart dates for the return of basketball, players debated internally if there should even be one.
Action, not optics, represents the big challenge for the Minnesota Vikings pledging to make a difference.
Unlike what we’ve seen at Clemson and Iowa, the uprising among OSU players seems different. Evidence suggests few believe Gundy is part of a solution.
The Iowa athletics director was moved to tears discussing racism while making the obvious decision to dismiss strength coach Chris Doyle.
It”s quite clear after 10 weeks of futile negotiations the owners have no choice but to agree with the players union: Negotiations are over.
A surprisingly harsh penalty against Oklahoma State basketball could be bad news for the likes of Kansas, LSU, Arizona and more.
Christine Brennan: If Roger Goodell meant what he said in regards to the NFL’s commitment to social justice reform, he has changed the league forever.
Some of the NFL’s biggest stars forced league, Roger Goodell to call out police brutality, acknowledge protesting players have been right all along.
Roger Goodell’s “We, the NFL” statement was good, but let’s see some real action from the team owners before we pat the league on the back.
NFL teams must figure out how to make lockers 6 feet apart from each other as they enact protocols to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Taken at face value, the allegations paint the picture of a program with a race problem but also a deficiency in treating players with basic dignity.