There’s a lot of very poor football and a glut of very average teams. And that is making it tremendous fun to watch.
Jay Cutler was really bad.
Jones and the Cowboys didn't exactly heed Trump's pleas.
"People have asked me, 'Do you consider yourself a trailblazer?' Absolutely not."
This weekend's demonstrations could take a softer line.
Stanton hit HR No. 59 on Thursday night.
Adams was taken to the hospital after a helmet-to-helmet hit, raising the specter of concussion in the game once more.
Knicks apparently have the next Kyrie Irving in their ranks.
The NFL is coming to Amazon.
How would this team do against the Warriors?
The Packers meet the Bears in Thursday night football. So can Green Bay carry momentum into Week 4?
CBS will show the anthem live.
Manchester United impressed again.
“In a divided nation, sports united,” reads the cover of the magazine, but Curry wasn’t happy.
The transfer window may have only just closed but Jose Mourinho is already scouting potential signings.
"We stand with the Heroes, not a bunch of rich, entitled, arrogant, ungrateful, anti-American degenerates," Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue posted to Facebook.
Antonio Conte is already planning for the next transfer window.
Trump took on the NFL and seems to have lost. His opposition in the house looks to be taking advantage of the situation.
Kasich says he knows exactly what Oklahoma needs to win a Championship, and it’s more than Anthony.
The president used a video of the Jamaican sprinter from 2012 to add to the NFL debate.
Jurgen Klopp’s team is in need of a win after drawing with Sevilla in the first game of Group E.
The Cowboys appear to be a ratings juggernaut.
The Lakers entered training camps this week, and they were going to be working on one area only.
Megan Rapinoe kneeled during the anthem to speak out "for people that are oppressed." U.S. Soccer responded by creating a bylaw requiring players to stand.
The president has repeatedly mocked the seriousness of concussion.
The Portuguese coach already has an eye on the business his team will do next summer.
Liverpool faces Spartak Moscow in the second game of Group E.
After a weekend of NFL teams defying the president, basketball is already sounding off over Trump’s comments a week before the start of the season.
NFL pregame shows are proving popular.
John Kelly was reportedly displeased with Trump's comments over the weekend.