Sports

The Thinking Behind SI’s Controversial ‘Sports…

SI executive editor Steve Cannella explains the rationale behind Sports Illustrated’s recent cover, depicting sports’ response to Donald Trump’s recent comments about athlete protests.

Golden State Warriors Won't Visit White House…

The team said it will still visit Washington, D.C., and "celebrate equality, diversity, and inclusion."

Pat Tillman's Widow: Don't Politicize Pat's Memory

The widow of former Arizona Cardinals safety and U.S. Army ranger Pat Tillman, says she doesn't want the memory of her husband to be politicized.

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NCAA assistant coaches among 10 accused of fraud…

Four assistant basketball coaches from Arizona, Auburn, the University of Southern California and Oklahoma State are among 10 people arrested on federal corruption charges

Steelers' Alejandro Villanueva: 'I Made My…

Steelers lineman Alejandro Villanueva, who was an Army ranger and served in Afghanistan, told reporters on Monday that he felt he never intended to stand alone during the National Anthem and ended up doing so by accident.

Trump Angers NFL, Players With Comments On…

The NFL and many of its players responded to President Trump's criticism of national anthem protests and league safety initiatives.

Cowboys make a statement with 28-17 win in…

Entire Cowboys Team Kneels Prior to National…

The entire Dallas Cowboys team, including owner Jerry Jones, kneeled down before the national anthem Monday night in Arizona.

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Ben Roethlisberger on Anthem: 'I Wish We…

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger released a statement on Monday saying he wished his team approached the national anthem protest differently.

Aaron Judge Breaks Rookie Record With 50th Home…

Aaron Judge broke Mark McGwire's rookie record by hitting his 50th home run of the season against the Royals on Monday.

Cowboys kneel, then pull past Arizona 28-17…

Cowboys kneel before game, then top Arizona 28-17 behind Prescott's 2 touchdown passes

Are Thunder Title Contenders After Carmelo…

The Crossover's Rohan Nadkarni shares whether Carmelo Anthony gives the Oklahoma City Thunder a chance to compete with Golden State Warriors.

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