The crankiest umpire in Major League Baseball was at it again Monday night, this time ejecting Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon in the ninth inning over a situation that surely could have been avoided
The NFL is reportedly not planning to fine players who wore cleats on Sunday that honored the victims and responders of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Jerry Jones does not approve of the way some NFL players are protesting the national anthem, and the Dallas Cowboys owner is proud of his team for not taking part in it.
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Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey has offered to pay any fine the NFL might impose on Avery Williamson after the linebacker wore custom 9/11 remembrance cleats on Sunday.
Ryan Lochte’s first dance on “Dancing With the Stars” was apparently interrupted by two men running on stage wearing anti-Lochte T-shirts.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall has now lost two endorsement deals in the wake of his decision to kneel during the national anthem, but he claims he is not fretting over it.
As NFL players choose to sit or kneel during the national anthem, some have wondered why we don’t see the same in Major League Baseball.
Russell Wilson suffered a sprained ankle in Sunday’s win over the Miami Dolphins, but Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll indicated on Monday that the injury will not force the quarterback