The suit, filed on Monday, alleges that the team’s cheerleaders were required to work unpaid overtime and were harshly criticized by their director.
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A violent tackle is forcing Japan to ask difficult questions about football’s place in society. “I wasn’t strong enough to say no.”
Here are six players who are healthy and ready to go but won’t be joining their teams in Russia, to the consternation of some of their country’s fans.
He won the 1959 Heisman Trophy and played professionally for 11 years. Then his involvement in a counterfeiting operation landed him in prison.
This is not the first time the football player has offered to help Texans in need. A Hurricane Harvey relief effort he led raised more than $37 million in less than three weeks.
Despite leaked remarks in which the team’s owner called the Trump presidency “disastrous,” the Super Bowl champions will visit the White House on June 5.
The HBO documentary series that takes an inside look at an N.F.L. team in training camp has chosen the Cleveland Browns, who are coming off a winless season.
Michael Bennett’s “Things That Make White People Uncomfortable,” written with Dave Zirin, is both a memoir and a call to political action.
Jerry Richardson, the founding owner, has agreed to sell the team to David A. Tepper, a billionaire hedge fund owner.
Knox was so passionate about the running game he was called Ground Chuck, but he fought to bring Joe Namath to the New York Jets.
In 1996, Patricia and a friend were arrested and indicted by a grand jury for aggravated sexual assault, but the case collapsed after the alleged victim declined to testify.
Binghamton, N.Y., home of the Mets’ Class AA team, is embracing the so-called Tebow effect. Churches want him, and restaurant menus invoke him.
Reid, a free agent safety, says the league has blackballed him for his protests during the national anthem.
Witten, 35, was an ironman at tight end, playing 15 games in his rookie season, and 16 every season thereafter.
Men were granted up-close access to photo shoots on the beach when the women were nude, the cheerleaders said.
His move follows Colin Kaepernick’s claim that owners have colluded to keep him out of the league because of his kneeling during the national anthem.
It’s the round for the “good but not great” and the “project.” There aren’t many superstars found here, but every once in a while it produces a gem.
Griffin, a linebacker whose left hand was amputated when he was young, had become one of the most popular players in the draft because of his perseverance and personality.
Darnold is tasked with helping lift a franchise that has been seeking a savior since the days of Joe Namath. He also has to live up to some family history.
The player your team took is great. Or maybe he isn’t.