Normally, when players hold out, public sentiment is on the side of the owners. "Greedy players" is the cry you most often hear. Not so with Jets cornerback Darelle Revis.
If you're scoring at home, Barack Obama has played golf 32 times since taking office. George W. played 24 rounds his entire presidency.
The Jets have signed Miami linebacker Jason Taylor. Taylor has spent a good part of his career trashing Jets fans.
The Steelers seem to be cleaning house. They are ridding themselves of troubled players who don't fit the Steeler mold. Well, if that's the case then Roethlisberger should start packing his bags as well.
Iceland has passed a new law banning strip clubs. And as Dwight Perry points out in the Seattle Times, "There went Reykjavik's hopes of ever landing a pro sports franchise."
The Eagles will probably lose all the games, since if the past 11 preseasons have told us anything, it's the Big Red doesn't give a damn about winning preseason games.
During a twist-off of the salary cap, NFL GMs are wheeling and dealing like fantasy football geeks. I asked SD Linebacker Shawne Merriman if the musical chairs is getting to him.
On this episode of the podcast, we welcome back childhood friend (and American ex-pat in Paris) Fox, who shares some stories about his time in Vancouver while working in television for the Winter Olympics.
The New Jersey Nets, on Jewish Family Night, won for just the 8th time all season. Hmm. Maybe the Nets should consider wearing yarmulkes.
The NFL is the most media-scrutinized league in the country, with every sound bite blasted through the news. As a public service, here are this week's comments in the NFL, translated to what they mean.
Oh well. So much for that Olympic hockey afterglow. NHL ratings have gone down since the end of the Vancouver games.
You don't see this every day: Seattle Mariners pitcher Cliff Lee got ejected from an exhibition game for throwing pitches at Arizona catcher Chris Snyder.
The latest twist in personal seat licenses -- in Boston, at Jerry Remy's Sports Bar & Grill near Fenway Park, $500 guarantees you a "season ticket" for Red Sox games. You pay to watch the games on TV.
Should we as African-Americans be more upset at the racist stereotypes being "celebrated" at a college frat party or at the behavior of those like Antonio Cromartie which feed into them?
Tiger Woods' caddy, Steve Williams, says he didn't know anything about Woods' affairs. Presumably Williams said it with a straight face.
Okay, I'm a native New Yorker. Yes, I think New York is the capital of the universe. No, I don't think we need to host the Super Bowl in 2014.