Maybe it's just spring fever, but something strange is happening in sports. Andy Pettitte, Peyton Manning, Jason Kidd and other graybeards are defying the aging process.
Peyton Manning will play on, by all accounts, but it might not be pretty. So rather than ask where he'll meet his next challenge, perhaps we should ask what he thinks that challenge really is.
Now that he's larger than life and stranger than fiction, the Tale of Tim Tebow will be passed down from generation to generation. It's what we do. It's what we've always done.
What will we remember from that thrill-a-minute sports weekend? How long will Tim Tebow's Sunday, or Albert Pujols' Saturday, stay with us? Sadly, this is the answer: Not long at all.
The sad drama of Brandon Marshall, apparently stabbed by his wife in an alleged domestic incident, gives rise to empathetic thoughts on the fragile nature of our relationships.
The old definition: "One who trains athletes or athletic teams." But that might not be how Erik Spoelstra defines his job right now. A "coach" these days just ain't what he used to be.
Did the NFL players make a statement of solidarity or a gesture of stupidity with their pregame actions? Jeff MacGregor and Jemele Hill debate the latest salvo in NFL labor relations.
Forget what you may have already read or heard on the subject. Here's a quick explanation of the NFL owners' core argument for a lockout, and the players' response.