For the past few years the NFL, through the pious pronouncements from its Commissioner, Roger Goodell, has professed a heavy commitment to safety, wit...
I love a good conspiracy theory and there are no better conspiracists than sports fans. But how do you explain what is really inexplicable: NFL referees missing at a minimum four helmet-to-helmet calls against Cam Newton.
If Kapernick's version of America threatens that of those that believe in America's grandeur, then which one is correct? The answer: Both.
Last night's NFL season opener between Denver and Carolina and the disregard for quarterback Cam Newton's brain health was a stark reminder of how far the NFL has to go in safeguarding players from the ramifications of concussions.
Right now, though, if he's going to dab, dance, and dish it out when he wins, he needs to own it when he loses. This situation is all the more frustrating given all the critics who will jump on Newton for anything little fault they can find.
Could he have handled himself in a manner that would have drawn less criticism? Absolutely. But why do we need or expect to immediately hear from a player who just lost the biggest game of his career to date? And why do we have any expectations on how he should act?
2016s halftime show was a step up and improvement on last year by giving out the message of love, unity and togetherness. So, let's see what next year has in store, bring it on Super Bowl 51.
Super Bowl L was a walk-off performance by everyone involved, except for the defense for each team. They should've stuck around and possibly tried to play offense as well. They couldn't do much worse.
This night couldn't have been scripted any better. A team that dominated during the regular season comes in with all the buzz and stats to complete their season with a win.
Not all of us are lucky enough to breathe freely during the holidays, on Super Bowl Sunday, and every other day of the year. The victims of domestic violence in communities across the U.S. deserve legal assistance so that to ensure they are safe and secure.
I'm normally am not a big football fan. But this Sunday I will actually be watching the game in support of Charles Tillman, a Carolina Panthers cornerback who brings his "A-game" to everything he does on and off the field.
The Super Bowl is this weekend and the Panthers are playing the Broncos for the Lombardi Trophy. Cam Newton is leading the Panthers in a one loss seas...
The Super Bowl is soon upon us. Between the million-dollar ads will be the game that crowns the Super Bowl champion and will etch the Broncos or Pa...
The only time these teams faced off was years ago. The Broncos came out on top, but that was before Cam Newton hit his stride. You've heard that "defense wins championships." So this game -- with two of the top defenses in the NFL -- could get really good.
On Sunday, February 7th the heart of the champion will beat the strongest. The Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers reached Super Bowl 50 bec...