Instead of feting the Philadelphia Eagles, Donald Trump celebrates himself

Opinion: By uninviting the Super Bowl champions and wrapping himself in the flag instead, Trump himself exposes the flaw in his opposition to the NFL’s anthem kneelers

Why the NFL’s new anthem policy manages to anger all sides of the kneeling debate

Instead of defusing the national anthem debate with its new policy, the NFL has managed to anger parties on both sides of the issue.

What Colin Kaepernick can teach us about citizenship

Opinion: Kaepernick’s protest, about what and who makes a team and a nation, can also be connected to environmental justice

‘This is why athletes kneel’: CFL players and alumni speak out

Some CFL athletes, both past and present, explain why they stand with Colin Kaepernick and National Football League players who take a knee

In the U.S.’s debate over free-speech politics, Black Americans lose

Andray Domise: When Black Americans get political, they’re punished—an oppression reinforced by deputized everyday citizens and silence

How Donald Trump’s past with pro football revealed his true self

Opinion: As the President takes aim at NFL players for taking a knee, Jeff Pearlman finds clues of the present in Trump’s past as a USFL team owner

#TakeAKnee tweets massively outnumber #BoycottNFL tweets

How the fight over Trump and the NFL is playing out on social media

To sit or stand? It’s Sunday night in the NFL.

From the parking lot up to Section 412, fans of the Washington Redskins came to watch some football, and talk about their basic rights

Why Colin Kaepernick sat down

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick believes his country attaches a low cost to Black lives. He’s right, says Andray Domise.

A non-fan’s guide to Super Bowl 50. (Because: nachos.)

Are you ready for some hyperbole?! A guide for those who are not big-time NFL fans but who still plan to watch the game

Newsmaker of the day: Malcolm Butler

With less than a minute to play in Super Bowl XLIX, the little-known New England Patriots player etched himself into football history books.

Super Bowl: Did Katy Perry just jump the shark?

In a 12-minute set in front of 110 million people, the pop star was the perfect entertainer. Now what?