Investors are urging FedEx, Nike, and PepsiCo to cut ties with the Washington NFL team unless it changes its racist name.
"When I saw the pictures I was a little disappointed because obviously they didn't pack accordingly. They didn't have any shirts."
It's noteworthy that the last thing the cop says to the jumper before taking him back from the brink is about how much he hates the Cowboys.
"I don't know what I'm doing!" Kirk Cousins yells, broken up in the staccato of his high knees. We don't either, Kirk. Just keep grinding.
With training camp underway, we look at five battles that you should be monitoring for your fantasy team.
Is there any way Houston can manage against Kansas City? Do the Vikings stand a chance against the Seahawks? Is Kirk Cousins good? Wild Card Weekend could answer these questions and more.
"I realized that there’s power in claiming an identity, shifting the meaning and stereotype around," says the band.
The most lopsided game in pro football history, which turned 75 years old this week, was made possible, in part, by one of football's oldest traditions: a loudmouthed, provocative Redskins owner.
Though California became the first state to prohibit school sports teams from using a term that many Native Americans find racist, it will continue to allow public buildings and parks to use Confederate names.