Monthly Archives: April 2013

Jack Hoffman's 69-yard touchdown has been watched nearly 8 million times on YouTube.

Minnesota Vikings punter has been outspoken in support of Jason Collins and equal-marriage rights.

First openly gay athlete also addresses Chris Broussard's comments in "Good Morning America" interview.

NBA reporter was asked for his personal opinion on "Outside the Lines."

A bench-press accident in February led Nunes to quit, saying, "I'm going to need my right hand the rest of my life."

As his brother says, "It's a big deal, but it's also not a big deal."

“I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.” With those words, written in the upcoming issue of Sports Illustrated, Jason Collins, who played for the Boston Celtics and Washington Wizards this season, has openly and proudly become the first active male athlete in U.S. professional team sports to come out. The moment has […]

A dreadful season in Los Angeles ends with an uncharacteristic sweep in the playoffs.

Quarterback could never crack the starting lineup, and now the question is whether his NFL career is over.

Hall of Famer ties the knot in lavish ceremony attended by Tiger Woods, Spike Lee and Patrick Ewing.

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