Legendary Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Favre must repay $828,000 that he received from welfare funds that were meant for families in need, according to a report.
Jon Gruden resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday after a New York Times report exposed racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments he made in emails from 2010-2018.
Washington Football Team quarterback Taylor Heinicke announced a partnership deal with Bud Light on Wednesday after failing to land an endorsement deal with the almost-namesake Heineken.
As Washington’s new starting quarterback, Taylor Heinicke has an opportunity to make some big money.
Alabama standout Bryce Young has been making headlines even before starting in his first college football game but head coach Nick Saban said he’s already earning nearly $1 million in endorsement deals.
Japan’s top automaker, Toyota, has announced the withdrawal of all Olympic-themed advertisements from airing locally in response to backlash surrounding the rising COVID-19 infection rates as it relates to the Tokoyo Olympics.
U.S. Olympic hurdler Christina Clemons has officially partnered up with Doritos after qualifying for the Olympics last month while wearing earrings of the popular American snack brand’s cool ranch chips.
Tom Brady has already etched his place in history as one of the greatest quarterbacks to have ever played the game but perhaps not in the hearts of football fans outside the two franchises he’s played for.
Bryson DeChambeau made a strong run attempting back-to-back U.S. Open wins with his first nine holes on Sunday but he would quickly unwind on the back nine in what would prove to be some very costly mistakes.