Athletes no longer need the press to connect with fans, they can do that directly through social channels. Unless sports reporters do a better job, they may become obsolete.
Instead of bemoaning that Super Bowl Sunday isn’t a “National Holiday,” Chris Dupuy argues that we should be declaring it a truer kind of holiday: a celebration of friends.
Recent NFL player Antonio Brown took to Twitter to call out what he sees as a double standard, tweets that were then quickly deleted. Chris Dupuy further examines what those posts reveal.
Despite the scandals that seemingly threaten the NFL, the basic truth is that outrage is good for business.
The current discussion swirls around Donald Trump’s volcanic criticism of athletes disrespecting the flag. However, I contend that there’s something deeper at play.
NFL player Colin Kaepernick decided to protest America by sitting down during the national anthem, but what did the world of social media make of it?