Their allegations come at a time when increased attention is being paid to the emotional abuse that athletes suffer at the hands of their coaches – and the more open-minded attitude that the public has about mental health awareness. Some studies say that as many as 50% of athletes have suffered anything from mild harassment to severe abuse. And these athletes are now demanding that the institutions where they gave their blood, sweat and tears do more to curb abusive coaching – including to pay for the much-needed therapy long after they've left the field.
- The Daily Beast
Fox Business NetworkMaria Bartiromo just couldn’t help but get in a dig at Brittney Griner’s patriotism while announcing her release from a Russian prison camp after close to a year in custody for carrying a minuscule amount of cannabis oil through the Moscow airport back in February.After interviewing a former FBI agent who questioned the “political motive” behind the Biden administration’s decision to swap Griner for the notorious Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout, Bartiromo shared her own predi
- Courier Post
Ocean City resident goes into Final Jeopardy! with a narrow lead, comes out with a head shake of disappointment
- Longhorns Wire
The wide receiver talent in the transfer portal is loaded.
- College Football News
Who's going to win the 2022 Heisman Trophy? The college football experts make their picks along with their top choices.
Cristiano Ronaldo said Thursday that Portugal were "too united to be broken by outside forces" after it was reported he had threatened to walk out on the squad after being benched against Switzerland.
- USA Network
WWE Hall of Famer Barry Windham suffered a major heart attack last Friday and remains in the ICU after an emergency operation to save his life. Windham is the uncle of Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas, whose sister posted a GoFundMe to ask for assistance with medical bills. Windham is best known for his appearances with WWF, WCW, and the NWA where he was a member of the iconic Four Horsemen stable as well as one-half of the legendary U.S. Express tag team. According to the GoFundMe, the heart attack too
Croatian model Ivana Knoll teased Japanese fans with a video of herself eating sushi after Croatia’s win against Japan at the World Cup in Qatar on Monday. Knoll, 30, had earlier in the day taunted Japan’s national football team, known as the Samurai Blue, with an Instagram post containing pictures of herself in front of the same sushi rolls before their match. “Japan, we are ready for you,” the German-born Croatian wrote in the post's caption with a sushi emoji.
- Wolverines Wire
Solid season from the Big Ten.
- Wrestle Zone
Ronda Rousey is still beating herself up over how her […] The post Ronda Rousey On Survivor Series: I Feel Like I Really Failed Shotzi appeared first on Wrestlezone.
- Packers Wire
Packers GM Brian Gutekunst on Jordan Love's fifth-year option: "I think from our end of it, we’ve seen what we need to see.”
- USA TODAY Sports
The family of Ohio State's Jaxon Smith-Njigba disputed a report from ESPN NFL draft analyst Todd McShay about the wide receiver's injury status.
- College Football News
Transfer Portal Top 20 players you need to know. Where could they end up?
- Auburn Wire
Luginbill says there is one transfer portal quarterback that would pair well with Hugh Freeze's offense.
It's now or never if you need a win to get in the fantasy playoffs, so Jennifer Eakins has five players to consider dropping to make room for players with more upside.
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Cristiano Ronaldo's Girlfriend Georgina Rodríguez shared her thoughts on the soccer star’s removal from the Portugal team’s starting lineup for its Dec. 6 World Cup game. Here’s what she said.
- Springfield News-Leader
MDC released the turkey and deer hunting dates for the 2023-2024 season along with regulation changes to the deer-hunting portions.
- Vikings Wire
The Vikings will have a special atmosphere on Christmas Eve
- Panthers Wire
Panthers QB Sam Darnold had nothing but praise for Baker Mayfield, who was claimed off waivers by the Rams on Tuesday.
- NBC Sports Boston
Xander Bogaerts no longer is a member of the Red Sox. His longtime teammate, Rafael Devers, and his new broadcaster in San Diego, Don Orsillo, have thoughts.
- Browns Wire
A new wide receiver has joined the Browns' 53-man roster