Von Miller's little joke on Tyrod Taylor backfired. Bigly.
The longtime Heat star also has mutual “interest” with that team, as he weighs his options.
The NBC analyst took issue with Trump using the phrase “son of a bitch” in suggesting at a rally that NFL players who did not stand during the national anthem should be “fired."
The Sacramento front office boss told reporters he figured he wouldn't get a better offer for his franchise center than the one he wound up accepting from the Pelicans.
In post-fight comments, Derrick Lewis also noted that Travis Browne had been accused of domestic violence by his ex-wife.
Irving indicated that he wasn't being serious when he said the earth is flat, but either way, James has his teammate's back.
Team owner Richard Childress said that protests will “get you a ride on a Greyhound bus.”
Maybe he was just marking his territory. After all, he scored again not long afterward.
The owner adds, "Not only do we have to tell people there is something wrong, we have to come up with answers."
The TNT NBA analyst admits he was embarrassed about the speech in his home state.
Shahid Khan, who had contributed $1 million to the Trump inauguration, locked arms with his players in what is believed to be the first visible participation in relation to anthem protests by a league owner.
With his team “chasing something special” this season, the coach says there's no reason players should have to decide what they'll do.
While most of the sports world protests recent comments by President Trump, the Pittsburgh Penguins announce they still plan to visit the White House.