Mark Geragos, the attorney representing Colin Kaepernick in a grievance against the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement, says he believes he will have definitive proof that NFL owners colluded to keep Kaepernick out of the league.
The NBA—the best professional sports league in the history of history—is back Tuesday night, with 30 teams all vying to be the one that wins the last game of the season. Here’s why none of them will.
The NFL, the proverbial messy bitch that loves drama, just a week after announcing that team owners would revisit rules about player conduct during the playing of the national anthem, has now decided to throw its weight behind a criminal-justice bill.
Looks like President Twitter Fingers’ tweets and other forms of communications are going to be used as the central focus of Colin Kaepernick’s collusion grievance against the NFL.
Stop. Before you object to my use of the word “slave,” let us be clear: I do not mean “slave” in the way you are thinking.
On Saturday the German soccer club Hertha Berlin took a knee in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick and other U.S. athletes who have used the gesture to protest racial injustice.
Unsigned NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is preparing to file a grievance against NFL owners for collusion and has hired high-profile attorney Mark Geragos, according to reports.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones came out strong against the protests for black lives when he announced that any Cowboys player who kneels during the national anthem will be benched.
The NFL is still the NFL, which is to say it’s still as crooked an enterprise as they come. Nearly two weeks after several (Donald Trump-donating) NFL owners locked arms with their players during the national anthem in shows of “solidarity,” the league changed its obscure rule about standing during the national…
Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan, 54, who was known to play a little roundball in his heyday, is stepping up his philanthropy game by donating $7 million to launch medical clinics for poor communities in Charlotte, N.C.
Former NFL coach Mike Ditka has never been an ally in the struggle of African Americans—he just coached black players—but he’s a bigot nonetheless. Never forget that for every edition of the cover of ESPN’s magazine showing then-New Orleans Saints coach Ditka posing as the unhappy groom next to running back Ricky…
The vice president of the United States wasted taxpayer dollars Sunday so he could stage his own mini protest against NFL players who exercised their constitutional right to peaceful protest by kneeling during the national anthem, and according to the current president, the vice president acted at his request.
ESPN anchor Jemele Hill, who once tweeted that Donald Trump is a “white supremacist” (still looking for the lie), has been suspended for two weeks after violating what the sports station is calling “a second violation of social media guidelines.”
Multiple NFL players say they have been explicitly and implicitly warned against doing any kind of demonstration during the national anthem in the weeks following President Donald Trump’s directions to owners to “get that son of a bitch off the field” for protesting racial inequality.
With his fist raised high Saturday night, Tampa Bay Lightning player J.T. Brown became the first NHL player to protest police brutality during the national anthem.
Last week the Tennessee Titans signed sentient dumpster juice Brandon Weeden as an insurance policy behind Marcus Mariota, their oft-injured starter. In Weeden’s defense, he might actually be a pretty swell guy, so referring to him as sentient dumpster juice might be a tad harsh. But as an NFL quarterback, he is known…
Updated Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, 3:11 p.m. EDT: President Asshat himself said on Twitter that he ordered Mike Pence to leave the game if players took a knee during the national anthem.
Jeremy Lin has dreadlocks.
On Aug. 25, when University of Louisville’s then-athletic director Tom Jurich was asked about where money from a new $160 million, 10-year deal signed between the school and athletic apparel company Adidas would go, Jurich assured all within earshot that the money would be used for the athletic department.
I hate president Donald Trump, but at least I know exactly where he stands and what it is I’m hating. Because the president is unfiltered, he gives those who hate him enough reasons for a lifetime.