NFL players blasted President Trump on Thursday over his reaction to the league enacting its new policy regarding protests during the national anthem.
NFL lineman Richie Incognito reportedly told police he was an NSA agent while he was arrested for allegedly throwing a dumbbell and tennis balls at a person in a Florida gym.
The defending NBA champion Golden State Warriors are on the brink of failing to make the NBA Finals for the first time in three seasons after falling to the Houston Rockets in Game 5 on Thursday night, 98-94.
Some NFL players are reportedly planning new protests during the national anthem âjust to spite the NFLâ in wake of the leagueâs new anti-kneeling policy that was announced Wednesday.
The NFL reportedly approved research from a Washington-based data firm to poll Americans whether they think teams should sign Colin Kaepernick and if they believed the beleaguered quarterback remained a free agent because of his play or because of his decision to knee for the national anthem.
NFL officials contended that the new policy regarding national anthems was more of a response to the fans who attend games rather than fear of reprisal from President Trump.
For the first time in two decades, the Washington Capitals are heading to the Stanley Cup Final, where they will face this year's Cinderella team, the expansion Vegas Golden Knights.
The ex-football star is now playing Double-A ball for a New York Mets affiliate in Binghamton, N.Y.
Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales apologized Wednesday for how his department handled the January arrest of Bucks guard Sterling Brown -- including the officers' use of a stun gun.
A decision from NFL owners requiring players to stand for "The Star-Spangled Banner" if they are on the field when the anthem is played triggered intense reaction from supporters and opponents Wednesday, as one owner revealed that he abstained from the vote.