Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady likened playing professional football to going on a military deployment and veterans of the armed forces were “appalled” by his “ignorant” remarks.
NFL fans booed first lady Jill Biden during the match-up between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys over the weekend.
NASCAR star Bubba Wallace intentionally caused an accident during Sunday’s Cup Series race, then violently confronted the driver he crashed into.
An animal-rights activist interrupted Monday Night Football with a pink smoke bomb and got sacked by two players for blitzing the field, he filed a police report for assault the next day.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp let the White House know where he stands on changing the Atlanta Braves name or their fans’ “tomahawk chop” cheer.
Unvaccinated hoops star Kyrie Irving slammed New York City Mayor Eric Adams for a recent change to the city’s strict COVID-19 mandates.
The chief operating officer of a vegan meat substitute brand was arrested over the weekend for taking a bite out of another human after a college football game.
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox blasted college football fans for chanting “f–k the Mormons” at BYU during the team’s Saturday away game against Oregon.
“Scooby-Doo” teenage detective Velma Dinkley was accused of being a “Karen,” when woke Twitter discovered that her character in a new video game had police calling powers.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers isn’t thrilled about the way California’s liberal politicians are running his home state.