Cleveland Browns linebacker Karlos Dansby describing the Browns’ season.
The strange disease afflicting an NBA owner, a fugitive killer, and an NFL quarterback that threatens us all.
Frank Gifford’s recent passing prompts a remembrance of the book he unwittingly inspired and some notes on the relationship between sports fandom and depression.
Publicly-funded stadiums minimize risk for billionaire owners while saddling taxpayers with debt. Many like to think that sports fandom groups together diverse populations, but that solidarity often only leads to further exploitation.
Do you like The Modern Spectator?
Can FIFA trademark Africa’s humanity?
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