If the Raiders Move to Vegas, the NFL Will Lose What's Left of Its Soul
NFL teams move semi-regularly, but the Oakland Raiders feel different. If the franchise bolts, it will be heretical. A betrayal. Hell, it even figures to be bad business.
The Champ At Rest: Muhammad Ali In His Later Years
Over eight intimate months with Ali, the author discovered a man who was neither weak nor diminished in his later life, but rather happy, at peace and still growing.
Super Bowl 50
Ken Stabler, CTE, and Football's Irreconcilable Violence
The posthumous CTE diagnosis of legendary NFL quarterback Ken Stabler raises hard questions about the physical punishment inherent to football.
In his passing, Yogi Berra grows even more in stature.
Frank Gifford Was a Hell of a Football Player
Frank Gifford, a Hall of Fame football player and an NFL broadcaster, died on Sunday at the age of 84. How should we remember him?
Farewell, Snake: Remembering The Badass Life of Ken Stabler
Hard-partying, cucumber-cool former Oakland Raiders quarterback Ken Stabler spent his life "third and long." And that's just how he liked it.