Keidel: Tim Tebow Wants To Play Baseball... Why Do We Care So Much?Tim Tebow, a failed NFL player and aspiring MLB player, is fascinating for the strong opinions and feelings he sparks in sports fans.
Keidel: Are NFL Players Guilty Until Proven Innocent?The NFL threatened to suspend four players for not cooperating in PED investigation based on a retracted story.
Keidel: Leonard Fournette And His Football FutureLSU RB Leonard Fournette will be a top pick in the next NFL Draft. Should he play this season and risk injury or sit out and save his body?
Keidel: Is J.J. Watt Overpaid Or Underpaid?Texans' J.J. Watt is one of the NFL's best and best paid defensive players. But it's rare that defense-first teams win Super Bowls.
Keidel: End Of The A-Rod Era, Or Error?A-Rod's turbulent time as a New York Yankee, and likely his MLB career, ends tonight. What's this maddening superstar's legacy?
Can Cam Become A Super Bowl-Winning Quarterback?Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is a character on the football field. But does he have enough character to win a Super Bowl title?
Keidel: Fitzpatrick Keeps Jets Relevant At Reasonable PriceRyan Fitzpatrick, a quarterback uniquely suited for a 2016 New York Jets team on the rise, can now work his Fitz-magic once again.
Keidel: The Bell Tolls For Le'VeonLe'Veon Bell, the Pittsburgh Steelers' talented running back, missed a drug test and will be suspended for the team's first four games.
Keidel: Rooney Rule Really Not WorkingThe Rooney Rule, put in place to ensure NFL teams consider minority candidates for head coach positions, hasn't led to more hirings.
Keidel: Stephen Strasburg Finally Living Up To HypeWashington Nationals' pitcher Stephen Strasburg is having a marvelous season at 13-0. Will it become a historic Cy Young season?
Keidel: Tom Brady Suspended... Get Over It, Pats FansTom Brady, New England Patriots quarterback, will be sidelined for four games to start the 2016 NFL season for his part in DeflateGate.
Keidel: Tim Duncan, NBA's Greatest Power Forward EverSan Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan, 15-time NBA All-Star, could have owned any basketball era, though modesty would never let him say so.