Roger Goodell admits the NFL was wrong not to listen to its players: ‘We ... condemn racism and the systematic oppression of black people’
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell admitted the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality and encouraged them to peacefully protest. A day earlier, Patrick Mahomes, Saquon Barkley and Michael Thomas were among more than a dozen NFL stars who united to send a passionate video message to the league about racial inequality.
Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand pledge $100 million for racial equality and social justice campaigns
Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand, the sneaker company that bears his name and iconic logo, pledged to contribute $100 million to organizations fighting racial and social injustice over the next decade.
Howard girls track and field coach Tyler Wade has stepped down from his post to focus on coaching football.
An NCAA infractions committee panel announced Friday that former Oklahoma State assistant men’s basketball coach Lamont Evans violated ethical-conduct rules by accepting up to $22,000 in bribes from financial advisers.
Anne Arundel athletes join Black Lives Matter protests, say there’s work to be done on racism in schools
Anne Arundel high school athletes, both current and recently graduated, participate in protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd at the hands of police.
After careful and thoughtful consideration, the Harford Lacrosse Camp, which is celebrating its 40th year, is holding camp in July, with a few adjustments.The camp will open July 13-16 for Boys and July 20-23 for Girls at the 4H Camp Facility at Rocks State Park
Havre de Grace Little League has been a spring-summer staple for boys and girls since its incorporation way back in 1948.In those 70-plus years there have been bumps, from the building of the league’s home, the Stancill Park complex, to loss of housing developments (which meant losing kids), to extremely hot days and to the nemesis of all baseball/softball players, the rainout.
A chance meeting in the air lands C. Milton Wright senior a spot on University of Maryland track and field team
C. Milton Wright High School senior Peter Capozzoli is headed to the University of Maryland, but boy was the decision of mile-high proportions.Capozzoli, a skilled track and field athlete who’s specialty is the 800 meter run, joined his father and sister on an plane trip to Los Angeles, Ca., by way of Denver, Co. in December and the trip changed his life.
Column: Sports are coming back, but it’s really hard to get excited about that. Not when the country continues to fail its people.
All four major sports are set to return in the near future. But with the country undergoing such drastic change, it all feels so trivial.
ESPN looks to bring fans ‘closer to the action’ when sports finally returns from coronavirus shutdown
With or without fans, pandemic or not, sports will eventually return. ESPN is banking on it. While the “Michael Jordan” documentary “The Last Dance” has helped carry the network while sports leagues are halted during the pandemic, ESPN is biding its time until live games are back, no matter how they look.
After coaching Tom Flacco at Towson, Scott Van Zile looks to develop ‘untapped potential’ at St. Paul’s
Coach Scott Van Zile brings a fresh outlook to St. Paul’s as a former college assistant in the FCS, most recently at Towson.
Whether scoring on the lacrosse or field hockey turf or completing a custom-designed mosaic, Catonsville's Hayden Kesner is determined to finish the job quickly and successfully.
Southern Maryland Blue Crabs general manager Courtney Knichel has been with the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball team since the Independent squad moved into Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf.