A Navajo Nation Council committee has delayed action on legislation to have the tribe take a stance on the Washington Redskins name.
Taiwanese animators should become the new Pixar in the world of amazing videos.
NFL owners made plenty of news at their annual meetings, from shifting some video review oversight to the officiating headquarters to experimenting in the preseason with extra-point kicks from the 20-yard line.
The Lions are expected to look to the draft for Hill’s replacement.
Is it taunting? No, it’s not as if they are “posterising” the opposition. It’s far away from the opposition.
NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino announced Tuesday that dunking over the crossbars will be prohibited beginning in the 2014 season.
Evidently, the event that spurred the change was a two-handed slam by Graham in 2013 that knocked the crossbar out of alignment.
Mark Cuban has a new opinion — that the NFL risks “implosion” because of greedy tactics.
The Lions have characterized the move as a strategy to get more out of Fairley, who has a reputation for playing incredibly well in some moments and performing marginally in others.
More than a dozen playing rules proposals and seven bylaws will be considered this week NFL owners at their spring meetings in Orlando.