Roger Goodell's video suggests that not only is public sentiment regarding protests different this time around, the NFL thinks that's where the money will be.
Pittsburgh Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva blames the media for the controversy surrounding Drew Brees' remarks against kneeling during the national anthem this week, believing that the comment was taken out of context.
World number one Novak Djokovic calls the coronavirus safety protocols, planned in order for the US Open to take plac,e "extreme".
Bahraini world champion Salwa Eid Naser has bizarrely claimed that missing a hat-trick of doping tests is no cause for suspicion, shunning accusations of cheating while calling a potential ban "a little stain" on her reputation.
Golden State Warriors Head Coach Steve Kerr took aim at President Trump’s response to the George Floyd protests on Friday saying that he’s “drawing the battle lines for the election.”
Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Florian Wirtz became the youngest scorer in Bundesliga history when the 17-year-old struck a late consolation for his team against table-topping Bayern Munich on Saturday.
Anthony Joshua used his platform to deliver a powerful speech at a Black Lives Matter rally in Watford on Saturday.
Malcolm Jenkins was among the first critics to slam New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees for his comments against kneeling during the national anthem but on Friday Jenkins was the first to back his teammate for addressing President Trump’s criticism of his subsequent apology for those remarks.
Martinez, De Bruyne’s manager for the Belgian national team, believes the midfielder will have to weigh up his options should City’s appeal against Uefa’s ban fail
LA Galaxy midfielder Aleksandar Katai was released Friday several days after his wife posted a series of “racist and violent” posts to her social media directed at the George Floyd protests.
After years of a spineless policy of appeasement, the league finally detached itself from the president and his exploitation of the flag and military
At the end of a week in which he expressed rage at police brutality and racial inequality in the US, Michael Jordan, who is worth around $2.1 billion, has announced that he will donate $100 million to social causes over 10 years.