Moving like “a sidewinder missile” in pro football's most demanding position, Thomas may be a legend in the making—and he'll be a huge asset to the Broncos on Sunday.
The Northwestern University football team's petition to unionize raises thorny questions—but it's a radical first step in making athletes' voices heard in decisions that affect them.
And (naturally) there is a graph to prove it.
Why has Sherman's infamous post-game interview stirred up so much discomfort? Easy: The nation sees itself in him.
Yes, icy conditions could put some of this year's festivities in jeopardy—but they could also strip the game down to its gutsiest, sloppiest, most gloriously determination-testing form.
What Grantland could have learned from a past decision at Vanity Fair before publishing its controversial story about Essay Anne Vanderbilt
There's some weird notion in our society that holds that trash-talking is for the classless and stupid.
Broncos vs. Patriots, Niners vs. Seahawks—what to watch for on Sunday, whose legacies are at stake, and why it could start raining candy in Washington
Fathers and sons have bonded over football games for generations, but today it's harder for parents to ignore the growing concerns surrounding the sport.
Among players active since 1990, Federer holds the worst record in matches where the loser wins more points than the winner—but that might just be further evidence that he's the greatest.
The Carolina Panthers player has all the makings of an all-time great quarterback, but history suggests the best ones usually achieve their potential early in their careers.
The quarterback went largely unnoticed this weekend in what looks to have been his last game with the Eagles—which marks a bittersweet end to his divisive, implosive run in Philadelphia.
Some blame rookie coach Jason Kidd for the Nets' poor season, but there's not much any coach can do about a roster full of aging players or an unproductive combination of skills.
Former Houston Oilers players says the 1993 roster was okay with two suspected gay teammates, but their comments aren't as supportive as they've been made to seem.
Team rosters change, and arena sponsors come and go, but setting the Guinness world record for loudest team roar? That might last forever.
A recent biography of the literary legend's life largely ignores a fascinating part of Mailer's life and career: his deep love for sports like baseball, bullfighting, and boxing.
Bradley-Provodnikov, Manning-Brady, Nadal-Djokovic, an emotionally taxing Game Six, and more
If the Cleveland Indians cooperate with requests to change their name and logo, the franchise could put pressure squarely on Washington's NFL team to do the same.
Blame decades of mismanagement by owners and coaches uninterested in long-term solutions.