Miami's Liberty City is football's Mecca, home to NFL legends. But the biggest rivalry in this city isn't exactly big–it all starts with a hard-hitting squad of 6 year-olds.
Jon Gruden doesn't think youth football participation is down because of concerns over child safety, he thinks it's because the game is under attack from geniuses.
While we all have our own ideas of what it takes to make it as a footballer, few people know how an academy works in practice. We went to Middlesbrough’s Rockliffe Park to find out.
The man, with facial hair and arm tattoos, could be seen getting into gear on the sidelines and was eventually spotted by refs.
"Those three or four bad apples, however many people were saying that stuff, doesn't represent the town of Bethel Park. But it was bad."
The league is for kids aged 6-14 and judging by this play, they are legit.
Can the NFL be trusted with something as valuable as football?
A potential class action lawsuit filed against Pop Warner, USA Football, and NOCSAE over brain damage and CTE could help redefine how society views tackle football for children.
Dr. Steven Miles and Dr. Shailendra Prasad recently challenged the American Academy of Pediatrics's stance on youth tackle football in an editorial for the American Journal of Bioethics.