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The Browns don't expect quarterback Johnny Manziel to drop the football and pick up a bat anytime soon.
The name of Washington's professional football team has apparently become so toxic that even a league that fields teams of women in underwear and helmets wants no part of it.
There is nothing deceptive in the way Colt McCoy presents himself. He's tall and lean with static blue eyes, and he gives thoughtful answers to the questions he is asked — a straight shooter in the parlance of Tuscola, Texas, where he first became a football star in high school. But when he says, "I'm in a great place," it makes you wonder if there's more than a bit of wishful thinking at work.
The testimony came as a trial that could upend the way college sports are regulated opened, five years after the suit was filed. O'Bannon and 19 other plaintiffs are asking U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken for an injunction that would allow athletes to sell the rights to their own images in television broadcasts and rebroadcasts.
He's the world's most powerful armchair quarterback, and President Obama hasn't shied away from weighing in on the link between concussions and football, the furor over the Washington Redskins' name and other high-profile sports controversies of the day.
The first openly gay player drafted in the NFL said Friday there have been no issues fitting in with his St. Louis Rams teammates, no awkward moments in the locker room and that he was accepted right away.
The Redskins are still hoping to get a return on their investment despite the 28-year-old safety's checkered past. The suspension that caused him to miss the entire 2012 and 2013 seasons was his third drug-related violation since entering the league in 2007.
Mike London busts a move for some lucky ladies at his women's football camp.
Alabama coach Nick Saban is a mere bonus or two from knocking down another salary barrier and becoming the $7 million man.