Roger Goodell, the Patriots and one huge “makeup call.”
The life of the former defensive tackle, who was paralyzed during a kickoff return.
“The concussion that led Borland to retire came on a routine play, and that’s precisely his point.”
The running back’s life since he was indicted on charges of beating his son and suspended from the NFL.
“In an industry in which millions of people are invested in his success – in which he’s constantly being advised, praised and berated, often by total strangers – Revis’ tranquillity might be his greatest asset. He isn’t just an island. He’s a fortress.”
Joe Namath believes hyperbaric oxygen treatment can reverse the brain damage he and others suffered playing football, so much so that a treatment center carries his name. The science, however, doesn’t support his claims.
The mysterious death of one of college basketball’s most promising coaches.
The team’s grand, analytics-driven experiment led by a business school grad who won the GM job after giving a “PowerPoint presentation that Sixers executives now recall as an ‘investment thesis.’”
Lester Cotton’s transformation from reluctant football player to top Alabama recruit, and the hopes and dreams of a neighborhood that ride on his shoulders.
On former North Carolina basketball coach Dean Smith, who died Saturday, and his battle with dementia.
When should a football player, and in particular one who has suffered three concussions in 10 months, retire?