Robby Anderson reveals miserable experience with Jets

Playing for the Jets made Robby Anderson begin “losing my love” for football. “I just wasn’t genuinely happy there all the time,” Anderson said in an interview with the Charlotte Observer. The 27-year-old wide receiver spent four losing seasons w...

ESPN airs ‘disturbing’ Tom Brady-Bill Belichick animation

ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” mocked the Patriots with an cartoon animation that was described as “disturbing” by a Boston radio host during New England’s 38-9 loss to the Bills. Parodying the famous scene from the ...

Sean McVay embarrassed after losing to the Jets

What’s it like losing to a winless Jets team? “Embarrassing,” Rams head coach Sean McVay told reporters after his team fell to the Jets, 23-20, on Sunday. The Rams were favored by more than two touchdowns against the Jets, who entered...

Michigan AD blasts ESPN ‘fool’ Kirk Herbstreit over baseless accusation

University of Michigan Director of Athletics Warde Manuel called ESPN college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit “a fool” for baselessly suggesting the Wolverines might try to use COVID-19 as an excuse to avoid playing Ohio State next week. “I think it’s...

Saquon Barkley makes huge statement in Instagram post

Saquon Barkley is confident he will come back as strong as ever from his season-ending injury. “Gonna be a hell of a story,” the Giants star running back wrote Monday on Instagram, alongside an image of himself being helped off the field after tearing ...

Eagles’ Darius Slay apologizes for comment about police officer assault

An NFL player apologized Saturday after poking fun at a video that showed a Minneapolis police officer being hit and knocked down by what appeared to be a garbage can lid. In a since-deleted tweet Friday, Eagles cornerback Darius Slay commented “...

NHL stars upset with league’s response to Jacob Blake shooting

The NHL was the only active professional sports league in North America not to postpone games Wednesday in protest of Jacob Blake’s shooting by police, a decision that drew criticism from two prominent players. “NHL is always last to the party on these...

Roger Goodell reveals NFL regret in Colin Kaepernick saga

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said he wished “we had listened earlier” to Colin Kaepernick, when asked what he would say in an apology to the former 49ers quarterback who was catapulted back into the national spotlight amid the country’s reckoning on ...