Watch and Listen: Bernie Kosar, Before and After Brain-Injury Treatment
November 17, 2013
A story in the current issue of The New Republic focuses on the controversial doctors who have embraced an alternative-medicine approach to the treatment of football brain injuries.
We Live in the United States of Bullies
November 12, 2013
The NFL is not the exception, but the rule.
We Are All to Blame for the NFL's Concussion Crisis
October 08, 2013
There are a lot of conflicts of interest in the “Frontline” documentary League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussions Crisis, which premieres tonight on PBS at 9.
The Most Radical Art in American Sports Has Been Cut
September 30, 2013
The technical term for a work of art that contains itself, or something like itself, is mise en abyme.
The NFL Pays Up Over Head Trauma, and Wins Again
August 30, 2013
In your high school or college experience, did the Student Council ever institute any truly ground-breaking, long-lasting reforms that extracted real concessions from the administration and made life substantially better for students? Probably not.
The Biggest Bully: Even ESPN Cowers Before the NFL
August 23, 2013
If a new New York Times report is true, ESPN is worse than I imagined.
ESPN Quit Its Concussions Investigation With ‘Frontline’ Under Curious Circumstances
August 22, 2013
“Frontline,” the prestigious, multiple-Emmy-winning investigative news show produced by Boston’s PBS member station, announced late Thursday afternoon that a 15-month-old partnership with ESPN in which they published a series of pieces exploring how
Google May Be About to Ruin the NFL for You
August 21, 2013
It was inevitable that the behemoth known as Google and the behemoth known as the National Football League would cross paths.
NFL Rules Changes: When Is Football No Longer Football?
August 02, 2013
Three changes in the way the National Football League plays football are helping to give us a good idea of the shape of things to come.
Why the New England Patriots Signed Tim Tebow
June 11, 2013
Mike Tannenbaum, as general manager of the New York Jets, once consulted Wall Street management specialists to solve the dilemma every National Football League franchise faces: How do you consistently excel when you're not allowed to outspend other t