NFL legends Jerry Rice and Jim Brown have spoken out to praise Donald Trump for pardoning former San Francisco 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr.
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that he will definitely go to the White House if the Super Bowl champions get an invitation from President Trump.
Kansas City Chiefs player Derrick Nnadi is celebrating his team's Super Bowl win by paying the adoption fees for the dogs at the KC Pet Project.
Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt brought a culture of faith to the Kansas City Chief and it has helped propel his team to win the Super Bowl.
Colin Kaepernick was just humiliated when a PETA ad that was inspired by him was rejected by Fox, who is refusing to air it during the Super Bowl.
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Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark stunned the media by wearing a sweatshirt depicting the "historic" meeting between Kanye West and Donald Trump.
Super Bowl 54 will be played this Sunday between SF 49ers and KC Chiefs, here's a look at the 49ers players and their wrestling counterparts.
Louisiana State University (LSU) has defied liberals to accept Trump's invitation to visit the White House tomorrow as national champions.
Colin Kaepernick's girlfriend Nessa Diab just blasted Donald Trump and the NFL on Twitter after the president bought $10 million in Super Bowl advertising.
Colin Kaepernick was just humiliated this week when the commissioner for the XFL revealed that he was "never really considered" to even join their league.
After winning his first ever NFL playoff game, Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins took time during an interview to proclaim his Christian faith.
Colin Kaepernick sided with terrorists over America in the death Soleimani, and it didn't take long for this to come back to bite him.
A sports reporter for USA Today just claimed that former NFL player Colin Kaepernick is the “most important athlete of the decade.”
Nike continues its celebration of ex-NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick with its launch of a shoe honoring him and the date his National Anthem protest began.
Colin Kaepernick got some bad news this week when NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell indicated that he will likely never be signed again.
It was just announced that one of the targets Colin Kaepernick threw to during his infamous workout last month has been signed to an NFL team.
Marine veteran Jeremy Staat, running for Congress as a Republican in California’s 8th district, blasted Kaepernick for “pulling the racism and victim card.”
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that not a single team has reached out to Colin Kaepernick to express interest since his highly publicized workout.
Fox News host Tomi Lahren had some cutting words of advice for Colin Kaepernick after his failed NFL showcase earlier in the week.