by Kiley Kroh Jul 29, 2015
The Arizona Cardinals added Jen Welter as an intern coach for training camp, making her the first woman to hold any sort of coaching position in the NFL.
by Judd Legum Jul 27, 2015
She'll be coaching inside linebackers
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 21, 2015
New statement confirms that the NFL has been footing the Redskins' legal bills throughout trademark controversy.
by Katelyn Harrop Jul 1, 2015
Professional cheerleaders are often paid far below minimum wage standards for their work, despite representing one of the most lucrative entertainment industries in the world. California is working to change this.
by Carimah Townes Jun 6, 2015
Anthony Davis said he's "simply doing what’s best for my body as well as my mental health at this time in my life."
by Alan Pyke Jun 4, 2015
Professional football's most visible female employees get routinely exploited by cheerleading contracts that pay them well below the minimum wage. Some lawmakers are looking to change that.
by Samantha Page May 25, 2015
Chicago Bears defensive lineman Ray McDonald was arrested Monday morning in San Jose, Calif. on charges of domestic violence and child endangerment.
by Travis Waldron May 22, 2015
The suit claims that "all 32 NFL teams, their doctors, trainers and medical staffs" distributed painkillers to players, often illegally.
by Travis Waldron May 21, 2015
Amid threats of losing their teams to Los Angeles, St. Louis and San Diego have unveiled hastily-crafted plans to publicly-finance new stadiums.
by Travis Waldron May 5, 2015
The state assembly overwhelmingly approved legislation to ban the state's high schools from using "Redskins." It now heads to the state senate.