Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito is tweeting about teammate Jonathan Martin, the subject of a recent bullying controversy, with information which could easily be perceived as cyber bullying.
Kirk Cousins confirmed to Sirius XM on Wednesday that he’s open to being traded by the Redskins.
Robert Griffin III turns 24 today, and is celebrating by Retweeting “Happy Birthday” shoutouts. Here’s your best way to get RT’d.
The New York Times spoke with the father of Michael Sam — who recently announced he is a gay male. Sam Sr. said to The Times of his son’s landmark announcement, “I don’t want my grandkids raised in that kind of environment.”
Cyd Zeigler of Outsports.com — who worked with Michael Sam on announcing himself as the NFL’s potential first openly gay player — ‘prays to God’ Sam doesn’t land on one of three NFL teams: the Cowboys, the Jets or the Redskins.
Former NFL GM Charley Casserly — in speaking with the Junkies — said Michael Sam’s draft stock should not fall because he’s declared himself as gay, and “shame on” any personnel executives for believing it should.
Dominique Hamilton says although Michael Sam is poised to become the first openly gay athlete in NFL history this spring, it’s no secret among current players that there are already gay men in the locker room.
Stallworth: If A Team Can’t Handle Media Crush Of Having Gay Player, They’re Already Losers On The Field
Donté Stallworth says that any NFL team considering drafting Michael Sam is destined to be a loser if it can’t handle the media coverage that will accompany having the first openly gay player in league history on its roster.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell: ‘Discrimination and harassment based on sexual orientation is not consistent with our values and is unacceptable in the NFL.’
Missouri All-American Michael Sam says he is gay, and the defensive end could become the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
Ravens fans took to the streets of Baltimore to celebrate their team’s 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night.
A gallery of darkness. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome lost power early in the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.
Baltimore Ravens fans gather for a Super Bowl Sendoff Rally at the Inner Harbor Amphitheater Monday. The Ravens are headed to New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII.