President Donald Trump praised the NFL’s new rule banning players from kneeling on the field during the anthem and suggested that players who don’t shouldn’t be in the country.
After two seasons of debate and controversy, the NFL finally did something to address the topic of player demonstrations during the pregame national anthem — except they really didn’t.
Weeks before becoming the head of security for the NFL, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier said she believes the league’s problems with domestic violence are not insurmountable.
WASHINGTON — Roger Goodell has never been fit to run a multibillion dollar enterprise undergoing as much transformative change as the NFL. But the course of events that culminated in this week’s damaging ruling in…
With sponsors making vague threats and pulling merchandise, the Minnesota Vikings reversed course with Adrian Peterson. Is this a sign of impending widespread change across the league?
The majority of residents believe Ray Rice\’s punishment following the release of a video that shows him punching his then-fiance was \’just right.\’ But a closer look shows a racial component to their opinions.
BARRY WILNER AP Pro Football Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Commissioner Roger Goodell has sent a memo to the 32 teams reiterating that the NFL never saw until Monday the video of Ray Rice punching…
By suddenly backtracking and laying full blame on Ray Rice, the Baltimore Ravens and the NFL are trying to absolve themselves of the their own culpability in defending him originally.
They make up nearly half of the NFL\’s fan base, yet women have long been disregarded and disrespected by the game. Is the sport finally waking up?
After NBA Commissioner Adam Silver banned LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling from the league for racist comments made in private, Congressman Henry Waxman says he wonders how the team\’s owner and the NFL can justify the Redskins\’ name.
It was only the latest development in controversy over a name that some say is
insensitive and offensive to Native Americans.
The Washington Redskins\’ nickname was back in the spotlight over the weekend as NBC Sportscaster Bob Costas sounded off during halftime of Sunday\’s game.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.