My research on how successful NFL teams are at adding talent through the draft.
State tax laws target professional athletes.
Word came earlier this week that my book, The Pro Football Historical Abstract, has won the Nelson Ross Award.
You know who’s not great at managing their money? Guys who leave college to play pro sports.
Sports Illustrated writer Jeff Pearlman shares an example of his reporting process.
Pete Rose was summoned to New York by the Commissioner in February 1989, and a scandal began to unfold.
Collectively, the NFL teams have made 32 new hires over the last four years, with six teams having changed coaches at least twice.
Hint: It’s because ink and paper are expensive.
Groundhog Day works as a fun comedy, but it’s also a great exploration of the fundamental existential questions.
The legendary writer’s essay on Boston slugger Ted Williams is a classic, now released in book form.