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The Manning Brothers Take Over ‘Monday Night Football’

Peyton and Eli’s broadcast had the closeness and casual feel of a Twitch stream, except that the streamers were two of the most famous football players alive

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Single-Digit Jerseys Should Be the NFL’s Most Exclusive Club

The league’s loosening of its numbers restrictions on player jerseys was a welcome change, if long overdue. But the changes need to go further—call it a superstar rule for single-digit jerseys.

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The Winners and Losers of NFL Week 1

Aaron Rodgers had a game from hell … but even that wasn’t as bad as what some fans in Washington went through

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The Urban Meyer NFL Experiment Is Already Showing Its Flaws

How does the Jaguars’ new head man fit into the history of college coaches moving to the pros? The answer is complicated—and raises serious questions about what will really translate to Jacksonville.

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Ranking All 45 Bears Quarterbacks Since the Team Last Won the Super Bowl

Chicago finally seems to have its franchise QB in Justin Fields. Before he takes his first NFL snap, let’s rank every one of his predecessors since 1985—from the mediocre to the bad to the truly baffling.

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‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: A Greg-Sized Shadow Hangs Over the Finale

On Monday night, Katie delivered a mostly normal finale with a mostly normal conclusion—but all anyone could think about was the tumultuous breakup that ended the previous episode

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Flag Football Could Be Coming to the Olympics. Yes, Really.

The idea of flag football in the Summer Games may seem completely absurd. However, the push to get this version of the sport in the 2028 Olympic program has already begun.

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Karate Is Now an Olympic Sport. It’s Not What You Think.

It’s time to familiarize yourself with kata—and with a group of Olympians who put the art into martial arts

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Meet the Most Unlikely Two-Sport Athlete in Olympic History

There’s a small group of Olympians who’ve competed in both the Summer and Winter Games. But there’s never been anybody like Eddy Alvarez, the speedskating second baseman.

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The Greatest Dynasty You Don’t Know Could Soon Get Even Better

Tokyo’s games feature plenty of remarkable teams, but Team USA women’s water polo might be the best of them