Now that Peyton Manning is headed to Denver, the question must be asked: What were the 49ers thinking? Their pursuit of Manning was a mistake of monumental proportion.
The Tim Tebow Show finally ended Saturday night, at least for the 2011 season. But next year? It's all up to him to smooth out the roller-coaster ride.
Jemele Hill opens the mailbag and responds to readers who have questions and critiques about her commentary on Michael Jordan, Robert Griffin III and Drew Brees.
Jemele Hill wrote that Penn State was right to fire Joe Paterno over his response to the sexual abuse allegations of an assistant coach. Her readers disagree. Strongly. In overwhelming numbers.
It's OK to ridicule Tim Tebow's ability to play quarterback in the NFL. Mocking Tebow's Christian beliefs is not.
Her column on the connection between Cam Newton's lack of tattoos and Jerry Richardson's good graces has Jemele Hill's readers wondering about the race card.
If you're the Raiders and your quarterback options this season are Jason Campbell, Trent Edwards and Kyle Boller, what do you really have to lose by taking Terrelle Pryor?
Memo to Kyle Orton: Don't look back; Tim Tebow might be gaining on you. Just like Tebow did at Florida when Chris Leak was the established starter.
A rise in crime during the lockout? Not from Adrian Peterson, who distributed hearing aids in Africa. Not from Larry Fitzgerald or David Bruton or J.T. Thomas, either. Here's the counter to Ray Lewis' assertion.
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.
Maurice Clarett is putting on the pads again, this time in the UFL. But maybe it's time for the troubled running back to do something more meaningful than football.
The death of Darrent Williams has Jemele Hill connecting the dots between a culture that glorifies violence and athletes getting shot.
By writing about her horrors at Colorado, Katie Hnida is again leading the way for women, writes Jemele Hill.