Does the NFL actually perpetuate a slavery mentality

Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins recently told GQ magazine that recent comments from his former owner made him feel like he was a slave again.

Why you never criticize the guy who signs your paycheck

The Miami Dolphins traded wide receiver Kenny Stills to the Houston Texans less than a month after his controversial tweet. It's not hard to understand why.

Stop the NFL Carli Lloyd talk, it’s beyond absurd

US Women's soccer star booted a 55-yard field goal during practice. That doesn't make her an NFL kicker.

Russell Wilson comes up a yard short on immigration

Russell Wilson refuses to discuss politics - but he’ll occasionally tweet about it, and like Super Bowl XLIX, even come up a little short. 

The absurd “wokeness” of the Jay-Z/NFL partnership

Jay-Z's partnership with the NFL doesn't need Kaepernick, who has actually done very little for social justice outside of taking a knee.

What Colin Kaepernick and his followers seem to forget

Polarizing quarterback Colin Kaepernick wanted to remind fans with a tweet that he's still ready for the NFL. Here's what they seem to forget.

John Elway discovers you can’t even like a Trump tweet

Broncos general manager and Hall-of-Fame quarterback John Elway was one of over 123,000 people to “like” Donald Trump’s early morning tweet about the media.

Why don’t Baltimore’s sports greats get more involved?

But few people outside of the political arena want to point out how parts of Baltimore has deteriorated to where the city is one of the poorest and most dangerous in America.

NFL rushing champ thinks a military flyover is the same as kneeling

It’s somewhat refreshing to see a pro athlete have an honest, civil (and to some degree intelligent) discussion on the state of political affairs. Recently, former NFL rushing champion Arian Foster sat down with Fox News host Tomi Lahren in her latest episode of “No Interruption.”

Odell Beckham, Jr.: “Race plays into everything”

The biggest headline throughout the NFL offseason were the trades of two of the biggest, most productive wide receivers in football.

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