Much has changed since then as almost always now it is warm outside our Florida home. The Lions are playing in a dome. They
Melbourne's annual Reclink Community Cup has built a remarkable cult following over the years, its rules and culture deep rooted in the history of the city. Featuring a celebrity Aussie Rules match and performances by notable Australian bands and musicians, it's an event made by the people for the people.
Football -- after all the layers of fireworks, hovercrafts, talkback radio shows, betting scandals, fans, opinions and finances are stripped away -- is just a game. From there on, his aura evaporated and the Chris Judd I know is -- yes, a good footballer, but more -- a good person.
On May 16, two local teams, Yarra Glen and Warburton Millgrove, faced off for the second annual Pride Cup, an event organized to promote inclusiveness and acceptance of gays and lesbians on the sporting field. The two teams wore special uniforms featuring prominent rainbow designs to mark the occasion.
Prince Harry Plays Wheelchair Football With Wounded Soldiers, Continues His Reign As Our Favorite Royal
The royal, playing wheelchair football. Prince Harry plays wheelchair football with soldiers at a recovery center. Prince
Former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and current ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski has a job offer for Tim Tebow. "I haven't heard
The Sentinel noted that another deeply religious quarterback, Kurt Warner, honed his talents with the league's Iowa Barnstormers
Neither foreign investment nor its own political class have narrowed the gap between haves and have nots that remains deeply embedded in the structure of Brazil´s society.
For thousands of workers and millions of fans, the NFL game that really counts isn't Packers v. Steelers. It's Workers v. Bosses.
Carlton Chester "Cookie" Gilchrist, a former Buffalo Bills running back, died of cancer on January 10th at the age of 75. His legacy as both a player and athletic rebel are well worth restoring.
Perhaps after the recent election losses, bloggers will stop viewing elections as the key to challenging corporate power -- and instead focus on creating power in the workplace.
As the White House staff settles on a strategy for the tax cut debate, they should consider an idea put forward by Sen. Mark