In ESPN The Magazine's One Day issue, One Game issue, Tim Keown writes that John Moffitt left $1 million on the Mile High turf to pursue happiness. What was he thinking?
We complain when athletes are boring and rote, so it's only fair that we give athletes such as Brian Cushing credit for being creative when they believe creativity can fool a gullible public and get them out of a jam.
Here's what we learned from the Brian Cushing case: that it's way too late to learn anything from the Brian Cushing case. But at least the NFL's 'tough-on-drugs' policy is good for a laugh.
The NFL should take a page from the NBA's code of conduct before it's too late.
Why does Tim Keown love NFL training camp? Because nowhere else in the world is something so unimportant taken so seriously.
How could a team draft Mario Williams over Reggie Bush? Well, we now live in a sports world where fantasy is more important than reality.