Miami Heat center Chris Bosh still hasn’t gotten over former teammate LeBron James departing his team for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The beleaguered National Football League can’t seem to get anything right. The NFL was once again targeted by the liberal media and football fans when an official flagged Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah for praying in the end zone after a touchdown during ABC’s Monday Night Football telecast between the New England Patriots and the Chiefs.
Sporting goods giant Nike has dropped disgraced football player Adrian Peterson from an endorsement contract after initially standing by the accused child abuser.
The Minnesota Vikings have a PR nightmare on their hands. The team is considering trading their star running back Adrian Peterson to another team following his arrest on child abuse charges on Saturday.
Disgraced Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice and the NFL Players Association plan to appeal his NFL suspension Tuesday.
Rice, 27, was suspended indefinitely by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell after new video footage was released showing Rice callously knocking out his now-wife, Janay Rice, in a casino elevator in mid-February.
When Dallas Cowboys owner and president Jerry Jones announced he would sign gay football player Michael Sam to the Cowboys practice squad, many observers believed it was a football decision. Now we know it wasn’t.
Former St. Louis Rams rookie Michael Sam was signed to the Dallas Cowboys practice squad on Wednesday. Sam, 24, was cut by the Rams on Saturday after ESPN aired a controversial piece detailing his shower habits.