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Every society sets its own tolerance for sports brutality. And America might be nearing it for football.
The '90s were a crazy time -- a time when we mixed arm wrestling with fighting. (Yes, that's precisely as stupid as you're imagining.)
It's one thing to be bad at sports. It's completely another to be bad at sports, yet somehow end up competing at the top level of said sport.
Predicting how an athlete will perform in the NFL is a crapshoot. Or is it?
Professional athletes have gotten better, faster, stronger, and smarter over the years, all thanks to these geeky developments.
These posters are beautiful, and have absolutely not withstood the test of time.
We've seen some strange bungled Olympic moments that look less like professional athleticism and more like low-budget amateur porn.
We sat down with a state-certified high school umpire from the Midwest to find out what it's like to make a whole stadium full of people hate you, day after day.
How do Tables, Ladders, and Chairs matches have more gravitas than tuxedoed white guys giving statues to other tuxedoed white guys? It should be obvious ...
Hey, L.A.! Before you grab your oversized foam finger and start trash-talking other football cities, you might want to examine if you really want this or not.
Here's what we learned speaking to a Pan-American Games silver medalist and current Olympian about what it's like to move your legs back and forth for a living.
All Subway ads with Jared are far, far creepier now.
It's a brutal sport where the fox never dies instantly, and sometimes, when you're there, only pieces of the animal remain.
If you're a pro-athlete moderately well-known within your city, the low-budget, low-creativity world of commercials for local businesses is your financial salvation -- and the only taste of the superstar lifestyle you may ever get.