Ralph Wilson, one of the founding owners of the American Football League, died at the age of 95. Ed Rutkowski, who played for the Buffalo Bills for six seasons in the 1960s, joins Bill Littlefield to help us remember Wilson.
Leigh Steinberg was once the king of all sports agents. Tom Cruise’s character in ‘Jerry Maguire’ was based on him. Then serious family issues and a battle with addiction drove Steinberg out of business. Reporter Saul Gonzalez has the story of his comeback.
Much of what’s said between athletes during an NFL game is not appropriate for family viewing. But now the NFL is considering banning derogatory slurs on the field. ESPN’s Michael Wilbon joins Bill Littlefield to discuss the potential rule.
The NFL is considering a rule that would penalize teams if one of their players used a racial slur on the field. Only A Game’s Zoë Sobel asks if this a good idea or a violation of freedom of speech.
As Jason Collins and Michael Sam make news for their pioneering roles as gay athletes, Bill Littlefield wonders if a certain political controversy will collide with the world of sports.
Independent investigator Ted Wells released an almost 150-page report detailing the Miami Dolphins bullying scandal. The Miami Herald’s Adam Beasley joins Bill to discuss the new developments and potential changes in the NFL.
Missouri football standout Michael Sam announced on Sunday that he is gay. Sam is eligible for this spring’s NFL Draft. Some believe the news might affect his draft stock. Bill Littlefield explores the situation.
Super Bowl Weekend would be incomplete without OAG’s Super Bowl Haiku!
The Lombardi Trophy isn’t all that’s on the line at Super Bowl XLVIII. The Seattle and Denver art museums are both hoping to add a new piece to their collections. The directors join us to describe their Super Bowl bet.
Seattle Seahawks fans are flying in droves to New York for Sunday’s Super Bowl. Not all of them will have tickets, but at Carlow East they will have a home away from home.