Alleged Serial Rapist Darren Sharper Indicted On Federal Charges

Yes, there are even more charges against Darren Sharper now. On top of those brought by a state grand jury in New Orleans, a federal grand jury also brought charges in district court against the former NFL safety last Friday. The federal charges aren't for rape but instead focus on the drugs that Sharper is accused of… » 12/18/14 7:05pm Yesterday 7:05pm

Michael Vick Is Learning To Live Boat-Free

Here's a story on how Michael Vick has paid off an extraordinary amount of debt over the last five years—more than $15 million of the $17.8 million he owed creditors upon declaring for bankruptcy while in prison on dogfighting charges. It's a window on Vick's responsibility—which has, by all accounts, been… » 12/17/14 4:44pm Wednesday 4:44pm

49ers Release Ray McDonald Following Rape Allegation

At a press conference this afternoon, San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke announced that the team had released defensive end Ray McDonald. This morning, police confirmed that McDonald was a suspect in a rape investigation, and in August he was arrested on domestic violence charges following an incident… » 12/17/14 3:46pm Wednesday 3:46pm

Three People Complained To The FCC About Tom Brady's Cussing

When things don't go right for the Patriots, Tom Brady has a habit of swearing on the sideline, and networks have a habit of cutting to their cameras on the sideline to capture his anger. Jim Nantz will write it off as frustration or whatever. However, three people who sent complaints to the FCC don't appreciate… » 12/16/14 5:56pm Tuesday 5:56pm

Saints Fan Arrested After Allegedly Shoving Bears Chairman To The Ground

Police arrested Richard Kohnke, a 58-year-old lawyer and New Orleans Saints fan, after he allegedly got into a physical altercation with Bears chairman George McCaskey last night at Soldier Field. If there's one way surefire way to get arrested at a football game, it's by shoving the chairman of the home team. » 12/16/14 5:01pm Tuesday 5:01pm

How The NFL's Forgotten Christmas Albums Almost Made One Man Rich

For the entirety of my childhood, my brother, mom, and I spent one day a year—usually a Saturday two or three weeks out from Christmas—being serenaded by the 1970 Oakland Raiders. Specifically, we would spend the day putting up our Christmas tree while Daryle Lamonica, Jim Otto, and others mooed Christmas carols from… » 12/16/14 3:16pm Tuesday 3:16pm

Andrew Hawkins Has Some Remarkable Thoughts On Protest

Andrew Hawkins made headlines when he took the field with a shirt protesting the recent shooting of two unarmed Ohioans. The Browns made us proud when they refused a demand from Cleveland cops to apologize. And now that he's explained it, we realize that Hawkins isn't just some athlete who threw on a t-shirt because… » 12/16/14 9:02am Tuesday 9:02am

Jay Cutler Presser Lasts Three Questions Because Local Media Was Late

The bad Bears lost to the also bad Saints on Monday Night Football, and Jay Cutler had an awful game, throwing three interceptions as the Bears went down 24-0, and getting sacked seven times. Given how much shit Cutler gets from fans and the media (some of it deserved), and how much lame reporters love to trot out his » 12/16/14 12:38am Tuesday 12:38am

The Blind Side Lady Shares A Heartwarming Racial Profiling Story

Leigh Anne Tuohy is best known for being portrayed by Sandra Bullock in The Blind Side, a movie depicting the real-life story of how Tuohy and her husband adopted NFL tackle Michael Oher when he was a homeless teenager. The movie ostensibly taught us a lot of Important Lessons about race and the American dream and… » 12/15/14 6:01pm Monday 6:01pm