Bad idea: Discontinuing postgame handshake lines. That’s how we fix a problem?
Good idea: Legislation introduced in Congress Tuesday to eliminate subsidies for professional sports stadiums. In this case, yes, that is how we should fix a problem.
Juwan Howard got off light. Here’s how this works, pretty much in any workplace. You strike another person in anything other than true self defense, you don’t work here anymore. Five games? Forty grand? That’s a speeding ticket.
Phil Mickelson was bad enough when he was merely smarmy and unctuous. But now he wanted to cozy up to the murderous Saudis until he had to walk (sprint?) it back.
It appears that Zion Williamson may be vectored toward becoming Antonio Brown in sneakers. That’s not a compliment.
Remember. This completely unnecessary baseball work stoppage is not a strike. It’s a lockout. This is squarely and exclusively on the owners.
Aaron Rodgers says he was just expressing gratitude in that bizarre Instagram post. Nothing wrong with that. But he also suggested we should all read a book. That’s good, too. Reading is good. But take your own advice, Rodgers. Start with a science book.
Want to own an NFL franchise? Start pawning your stuff and scrape up the loose change under your sofa cushions. Because both the Washington Commanders and the Miami Dolphins will be on the market soon.
I think this cooperative arrangement between the NFL and the XFL is an excellent idea. Keep in mind, this is not a player-sharing agreement. This has to do with trying to advance the game of football at every level. Developing new equipment and technology. Instituting better rules that promote both safety and better competition. Better and safer playing surfaces. Better training regimens. Better sports medicine. Better officiating. As Sir Paul McCartney once asked, “What’s wrong with that?”