The NFL’s policies seek to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and address scenarios when outbreaks occur. Here’s what you need to know.
After the NBA, John Hummer started his own venture capital firm and became a certified Twin Commander pilot.
A rift took place between Blake Griffin and Chris Paul. And it ultimately prevented the Clippers from reaching the top.
Since the scandal and subsequent ban, the NBA has done everything in its power to move away from Donald Sterling’s legacy.
Emanuel Ginobili earned the honorable nickname “El Contusion” for frequently playing through bruises even broken bones.
Throughout his NFL career, Ronnie Lott was one of the most dominant safeties. However, a finger injury put Lott in NFL lore forever.
Drug addiction plagued former NBA player Roy Tarpley’s basketball career, proving that substance abuse and a big salary can be a disaster.
Many Cuban children dream of playing MLB. However, due to Cuba’s relationship with the U.S., this dream is nearly impossible to achieve.
One of the changes to the 2020 collective bargaining agreement was a dramatic shift if the NFL’s drug testing policy.
When the Raptors entered the NBA in 1995 as an expansion team, they needed to draw fans. Toronto needed a team name, logo, and jersey design.
Entering the NFL, Eric Fisher was a big question mark. Now he’s ended his seventh NFL season by winning Super Bowl LIV with the Chiefs.
In 2010, the MLB received backlash after a Kansas City Royal fan suffered an injury from the Royals’ mascot during a seemingly harmless event.
When Anthony Rizzo entered the league, he was a bright young prospect with a lot of potential. Then, the 18-year-old got a cancer diagnosis.
When the backup goes down, an NFL team must rely on the third-string quarterback — a scary experience for both teammates and fans.
Danny Woodhead knows exactly what it takes to be a successful NFL running back. The NFL is changing and Woodhead think he knows where it’s headed.