Bringing you just the headlines

  • NFL player Kareem Hunt apologizes for kicking woman

    Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt, speaking in public for the first time since being suspended by the NFL for violating its personal conduct policy, admitted making mistakes and said he's "doing everything I can to prevent something like that from happening again." The NFL suspended Hunt for the first eight games of the upcoming season after a video from February 2018 surfaced in which he appeared to be pushing and kicking a woman. Hunt hasn't spoken to the woman he was seen kicking in...

  • How platforms cozy up to the NBA, NFL and other sports leagues

    Unsurprisingly, it pays to be a sports league -- especially when a major platform comes knocking for original video. The post How platforms cozy up to the NBA, NFL and other sports leagues appeared first on Digiday.

  • Bay Area sports calendar, May 18-19

    Draymond Green and the Warriors look to make it three straight over the Blazers as the Western Conference finals shift to Portland at 6 p.m. Saturday (ESPN/95.7).

  • Kareem Hunt Wants to Apologize to Victim, 'Haven't Had the Chance'

    Baker Mayfield is going to bat for his new running back, Kareem Hunt -- saying he thinks Hunt is a "great kid"

  • The Best Player Who Could Be Cut from Every NFL Roster This Offseason

    Follow the money. The statement is as true in professional football as any other walk of life. NFL teams won't release good players without reason. Mitigating factors prompt such action

    Bleacher Report
  • How NFL rookies can make the roster, starting now

    Retired NFL lineman Geoff Schwartz has some tips for how rookies, especially late draft picks and UDFAs, can stick around — and the process starts now. The fight for roster spots on an NFL squad happens right after draft weekend. Teams draft their allotment of players and add undrafted free agents to round out the roster. There’s a rookie minicamp, the offseason program, a veteran minicamp, and then training camp. After all of that, 53 players make the active roster, with 10 making a practice...
  • Walz backs legislation prohibiting sport hunting of wolves

    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Gov. Tim Walz says he supports legislation to ban the recreational hunting of wolves in Minnesota if the federal government succeeds in removing them from the threatened list. An amendment to prohibit sport wolf hunting was added to a House environmental bill Tuesday. On Wednesday,

    The Washington Times