Ken Belson covers the N.F.L. for the New York Times, a job that includes writing about teams, stadiums, medical issues, lawsuits and many other elements of the country’s biggest and most popular league.
Jackson, 38, a retired N.F.L. wide receiver, was found dead in a Florida hotel room on Monday.
By Ken Belson
The N.F.L. espoused racial unity and praised health care workers. But its inaction on racial diversity, its stereotypic imagery and its decision to host a potential superspreader event said something different.
Reid told the police he had “two or three drinks” before slamming into a car that carried two small children last week. One is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.
By Kevin Draper and Ken Belson
Parity in the N.F.L. makes it difficult to build dynasties. Even the seven-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady has won back-to-back titles just once.
This was featured in live coverage.
En esta ocasión, el campo no estará inundado de fanáticos alrededor del escenario. De hecho, el escenario no estará en el campo sino en las gradas.
By Julia Jacobs and Ken Belson