- Greg Anthony On CNN: It's 'Your Opinion' That Adrian Peterson Is Guilty
- Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Hawaii Mansion On The Market For $5.9 Million, Has Very High Door Frames
- 7 Shitty Things That Happened, Or Didn't Happen, In Fantasy Football: Week 2
- Colin Kaepernick Denies Saying Anything For Landmark 'Inappropriate Language' Penalty
- Manning, Elway Dispute Suggestion That Wes Welker's Suspension Was A Shocker
Rihanna Lashes Out At CBS For Cutting Her Thursday Night Football Song (UPDATE: CBS Removes Her Permanently)
The network, apparently sensitive to the fact that the singer was herself a victim of domestic violence, wanted to distance itself from controversy. Instead, it created more.
The penalty for bad language, the first of its kind in the NFL, came on Sunday night after the 49ers QB had just thrown an interception against the Bears. But the new rule is murky and ill-conceived, which is no surprise in this man’s NFL.
Has their women’s team gone full Brazilian? Actually that’s flesh-colored material, but it’s still causing a huge controversy.
Luis Suarez just signed a humongous deal with Barcelona in July, but he will be forever known as the guy who bit Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini in the World Cup. EA Sports has immortalized the chomp with this move, which some players are noticing in the new FIFA 15 video game demo.
There’s already controversy over the NFL’s reasons for its ‘Crucial Catch’ breast cancer awareness campaign: including the fact that only $3.54 of every $100 collected actually goes toward cancer research. But now all that pink is going to really seem awkward, considering the Ray Rice fiasco. October’s gonna be very interesting, folks.
49ers’ Play-By-Play Announcer Ted Robinson Suspended By Team, Pac-12 Network For Comments Blaming Ray Rice Victim
This surprises me, because Ted Robinson has always seemed to me to be markedly innocuous and fair-minded. But on Monday the San Francisco 49ers play-by-play man careened wildly off the rails with an unfortunate, ill-advised mini-rant aimed at the victim in the Ray Rice domestic abuse case.
National Organization Of Women President Terry O’Neill Explains Her Case For Roger Goodell’s Termination
Only one NFL commissioner ever served his time in office without presiding over a single controversy or scandal. Who was he? (He’s pictured above).