IOC says it spoke to star player Peng Shuai and she appeared "safe and well"
The International Olympic Committee claims to have held a second video call with Peng Shuai and says the tennis star "appeared to be safe and well, given the difficult situation she is in." But that's not good enough for the Women's Tennis Association, which canceled all future tennis tournaments until Peng's safety can be guaranteed. Elizabeth Palmer reports.news.yahoo.com
‘Jared Goff Is Terrible’: Terrelle Pryor Is Convinced He or Colin Kaepernick Could Do a Better Job This Second In the League Compared to Lions QB
The Detroit Lions vs. Pittsburgh Steelers game went to overtime on Sunday, Nov. 14, and ended in a 16-16 tie. Steelers’ running back Najee Harris was surprised […]news.yahoo.com
NFL Reporter Taunts ‘The View’ Audience for Groaning at Her Kaepernick Take: ‘Bring It On!’
ABC NewsNFL sideline reporter Michele Tafoya seemed to relish playing the role of The View’s resident right-wing heel on Wednesday, telling the daytime talk show’s live audience to “bring it on” after they groaned at her hot takes about former NFL star-turned-activist Colin Kaepernick.Serving as this week’s token conservative guest-host on The View, Tafoya (who’s described herself as a “pro-choice conservative with libertarian leanings” in the past) drew quite a bit of heat throughout her briefnews.yahoo.com
How this pioneer made NFL history as the first Mexican Hall of Famer
Throughout the years, the National Football League has worked extensively to grow the game of football in Mexico -- from playing a regular-season game each year in Mexico City, to starting up more youth programs in the country to get kids involved from a young age.
Washington trails New Orleans Saints, 20 - 13
Jameis Winston connected with Marquez Callaway on a 49-yard Hail Mary touchdown at the end of the first half to give New Orleans a 20-13 lead on Washington. There were 8 seconds on the clock when Winston snapped the ball, and he lofted it into a crowd in the end zone.
Texans QB’s sex assault cases highlight concerns amid #MeToo
Lawyers fighting sexual assault allegations against Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson face a predicament: Defending their client means working to discredit the claims of 22 women who are more likely to be believed four years into the #MeToo movement.