Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers walks off the field at halftime after leaving a game against Detroit with a concussion, Dec. 12, 2010.
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February 23, 2011 NFL players who suffer violent blows to the head in games will be evaluated for possible concussions by using a new system in the 2011-2012 season, according to reports.
February 3, 2011 Sunday's Super Bowl may pit two seemingly-similar teams and fan bases against one another. The Packers and Steelers both have dedicated fan base in an industrial towns. But one city has bragging rights, regardless of the outcome.
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre was the talk of the town on SportsCenter this football season, and not solely because of his ailing ankle.
January 19, 2011 ESPN's SportsCenter is a favorite program among Americans, known for its upbeat, fast-paced analysis of the games and its respective players. But would a foreigner favor sports broadcasting outside his or her home country? An Englishman tells all.
November 4, 2010 Less than a month after being rescued from a two-month ordeal in a Chilean mine, Edison Pena -- a.k.a. Miner No. 12 -- will run in the New York Marathon Sunday.
August 17, 2010 Research suggests head trauma in athletes can lead to damage that looks like Lou Gehrig's Disease. It raises the possibility that the famous baseball player might not have had the disease named for him.
Two superstars doesn't mean twice the pleasure.
July 9, 2010 The criminal underworld, the nature of human happiness, and the economics of LeBron James.
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May 28, 2010 We play the greatest dolphin-themed sports game of all time.
July 14, 2009 In a world where there are fewer and fewer ombudsmen, good to see that ESPN has hired its third to replace Le Anne Schreiber, a former New York Times sports editor-turned-author. ACS ESPN Hires an Ombudsman Don Ohlmeyer, one of television's most ...
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