Andrew Beaton, Wall Street Journal

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Recent articles by Andrew:

Tiger Woods Says Golf Career Will Never Fully Recover After Car Crash

The golf legend cast doubt on his return to competitive golf after the life-threatening wreck that seriously injured his leg in February. → Read More

NFL, Rams Agree to $790 Million Settlement Over Departure From St. Louis

The NFL and the Los Angeles Rams have agreed to a $790 million settlement in a years-long lawsuit over the franchise’s relocation from St. Louis. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers Doesn’t Just Have Any Toe Injury. He Has Covid Toe.

The Packers star quarterback is dealing with a painful toe injury that stems from the body’s immune response to his recent case of Covid-19. → Read More

Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen Looked Unstoppable. This Defense Stopped Them.

Defenses are increasingly using schemes that guard against big gains, and it’s helping quash the big-time plays that have taken the NFL by storm in recent years. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers Takes ‘Full Responsibility’ for Misleading Comments on Vaccination Status

The Green Bay Packers star acknowledged the public backlash to his previous stance that he had been “immunized’ before testing positive for Covid-19 and revealing he was unvaccinated. → Read More

A Weekend of Upsets Upends the NFL’s Playoff Picture

The Bills lost to the Jaguars. The Cowboys were stunned by the Broncos. An unusual number of upsets made the NFL season difficult to forecast. → Read More

The Browns Cut Odell Beckham Jr. The Divorce Began on Social Media.

LeBron James tweeted “#FreeOBJ.” Beckham’s dad posted a video blasting Cleveland’s quarterback. A few days later, the team got rid of the polarizing superstar. → Read More

Aaron Rodgers Tests Positive for Covid, Raising Questions About His Claim to Be ‘Immunized’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers indicated during training camp that he had been vaccinated. But after his positive result, he has been placed into protocols for unvaccinated players. → Read More

Frustration Mounts Among NFL Owners Over Washington Football Team Scandal

The controversy surrounding the WFT investigation, fueled by recent emails that resulted in Jon Gruden’s resignation, has prompted some owners to signal concerns with how the situation has been handled. → Read More

The Jon Gruden Email Scandal Amps Up Criticism of the Washington Football Team Investigation

The offensive emails have shined a new spotlight on the lack of transparency from the NFL investigation into the Washington Football Team. → Read More

House Oversight Committee Launches Probe Into NFL’s Washington Football Team Investigation

The head of the House Oversight and Reform Committee requested documents from the National Football League related to its investigation of the workplace culture at the Washington Football Team. → Read More

NFL General Counsel Surfaces in Email Scandal That Led to Jon Gruden’s Resignation

Jeff Pash, who has worked in the league for more than two decades, was a frequent email correspondent with the Washington Football Team executive whose emails are subject of an NFL investigation. → Read More

How the NFL Learned Months Ago of the Offensive Emails that Cost Jon Gruden His Job

The emails surfaced near the end of an investigation into the Washington Football Team—launching a new probe that led to the Las Vegas Raiders’ coach’s resignation. → Read More

Jon Gruden Out as Raiders Coach After Email Scandal

The trove of emails that surfaced in an NFL investigation included not just his use of a racial trope, but instances of Gruden using antigay language. → Read More

Jon Gruden Is Coaching While the NFL Weighs Discipline for Racially Disparaging Email

Raiders coach Jon Gruden took the field to coach his team Sunday as the NFL considers whether he should be punished for an email that described the players’ union chief with a racist trope. → Read More

Jon Gruden Used Racial Trope to Describe NFLPA Chief DeMaurice Smith in 2011 Email

The NFL has been examining more than 650,000 emails, including the one sent by the Las Vegas Raiders coach, as part of a recent investigation. Gruden apologized for the comment. → Read More

The Electrician Who Shocked the NFL With the Videos of Urban Meyer

How did the viral clips of the Jacksonville Jaguars coach emerge? They were posted by an Ohio State fan. → Read More

Urban Meyer’s NFL Tenure Faces Even More Trouble After Viral Videos

Urban Meyer, in his first year in the NFL, was publicly scolded by Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shad Khan in the latest of a series of missteps that has defined his brief tenure. → Read More

Bubba Wallace Makes History With Nascar Win at Talladega

Bubba Wallace, the Black Nascar driver who became a face of social change last year, won his first Nascar Cup Series race. → Read More

Fanatics Trading Cards Valuation Rises to $10.4 Billion as New Firm Aims to Expand Its Reach

The new business, which took over the future trading card business with a flurry of deals, received $350 million in Series A funding as it sets its sights on changing the industry. → Read More