Why did Aaron Rodgers feel the need to respond to a rumor about his sexuality? Sports on Earth’s Will Leitch weighs in, calling the sports world the “last closet in American culture.”
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone against the Chicago Bears on Monday night. What does this mean for the Packers season? Tyler Dunne of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel joined Bill to talk about the injury.
Nelson’s Landing is a destination for Green Bay Packers fans in Leonardville, Kansas. The restaurant and sports bar is owned by Kim and Alan Nelson, the parents of Packers reciever Jordy Nelson. Only A Game’s Greg Echlin has the story.
Fenway Park turned 100 years old on Friday. Only A Game’s Karen Given stopped by the historical ballpark to study its rich history.
The NFL playoffs kick off this weekend. 12 teams will be battling for NFL supremacy over the next five weeks. Bill spoke with Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com for his expert analysis.
Bill Littlefield gets an update from Gregg Doyel of CBSSports.com about who’s on top and who’s at the bottom of the NFL.
The Green Bay Packers are a perfect 5-0 on the season. According to Bill Littlefield, the defending NFL champions have also outdistanced their competition with their business model. Read his new column.
Despite the trash talking between the two teams, the Jets and Patriots aren’t the only ones playing during Week 2 of the NFL playoffs. Bill talks with CBS columnist Gregg Doyel about which teams have the edge to advance to the Championship round and beyond.
In the new Broadway play Lombardi, actor Dan Lauria brings one of the NFL’s most famous coaches to life. Bill speaks to director Thomas Kail and Lombardi biographer David Maraniss about separating Vince Lombardi the man from Vince Lombardi the legend.
Two more sports stories that will make you stop and think, make you laugh, or maybe just make you puzzled. First, say it ain’t so! They’ve stopped the cheese rolling contest?! And, a man who truly spilled blood for his favorite team is recognized for his loyalty.