Sunday is football day and I’m not ashamed to admit it.
But so many American men treat it like one.
Football plays an important role in American culture. Experts point out some ethical questions you might consider asking this season.
A league where players pay to play simply for the love of the game.
Help raise awareness about football helmet safety.
The Super Bowl winners open up on masculinity, “locker room talk,” kneeling during the anthem, and more.
The Super Bowl is here, and the men should be concerned about more than touchdowns.
One of the ways we can climb out of this is to slow down, stay specific and brush up on our logic.
This comparison between NFL players and Tudor jousters are all too apt, because both pastimes represent the pinnacle of masculinity for their day.
In this film Dr. Omalu shares truths that have the potential to improve the quality of life for athletes and the rest of us as well.
Cam Newton, the dancing Panther, has inspired a meme of celebratory dancing that is sending shockwaves through social media
When a player chooses to risk his long-term health by playing after severe injuries does that mean he’s addicted to the game?
My life changed, my priorities changed, and I made a shocking decision that I have never regretted.
As Australian Rules star defender Alex Rance ponders his sporting future, David Saunders looks at why some elite athletes walk away from professional sport in their prime.
Matt Brennan loves the Bears, but won’t let his son play football. He’s not alone.
Brian Harmon says as long as football continues to attract, “You hit like a girl!” gorillas to teach the game to children, no amount of Heads Up football is going to make the sport safer.