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Nancy Armour


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Recent articles by Nancy:

Opinion: Joe Burrow shows rest of NFL that white athletes must protest inequality, too

White athletes are starting to protest inequality, as Joe Burrow, Carson Wentz and Trevor Lawrence among those speaking out after George Floyd death. → Read More

Opinion: After George Floyd's death in Minnesota, still think Colin Kaepernick's knee was the problem?

Four officers were fired after George Floyd died in police custody. Still think Colin Kaepernick's kneeling was a problem? → Read More

Commentary: LeBron James speaking out on Ahmaud Arbery’s death shows how he rises above Michael Jordan

Jordan was the most popular person on the planet and could have shifted public opinions, maybe even policies, with just a word or two. But racism, sweatshops, poverty, inequality — those were problems for somebody else. → Read More

Opinion: LeBron speaking out on Ahmaud Arbery's death, racism, shows how he rises above Michael Jordan

LeBron James, outraged over shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, never hesitates to speak against injustice, racism, in stark contrast to Michael Jordan. → Read More

Opinion: Lengthy suspension of Laurie Hernandez's former coach sends powerful message

Maggie Haney suspended for eight years by USA Gymnastics, plus two years of probation, after panel finds she verbally and emotionally abused gymnasts. → Read More

What to know as soccer gets set to resume in Germany amid pandemic

Most German teams had nine games left when play was suspended in mid-March because of the novel coronavirus, and two teams have 10 games still to play → Read More

Opinion: Legal ruling doesn't change fact US Soccer lost fight with women's team long ago

Federal judge tossed US women's equal pay claim, but said discrimination claims related to chartered flights, travel and support staff could proceed. → Read More

Federal judge rejects U.S. women's national team's claim for equal pay, sides with U.S. Soccer

A federal judge has thrown out the World Cup-winning USWNT's claim that they were paid less than the U.S. men's soccer team. → Read More

Megan Rapinoe offers to be Joe Biden's vice president during Instagram Live chat

Megan Rapinoe talked with Joe Biden about how his administration would deal with student loan debt, health care and other progressive initiatives. → Read More

Opinion: Joe Burrow shows rest of NFL that white athletes must protest inequality, too

Joe Burrow can teach the NFL a thing or two. → Read More

Working Out from Home: Pilates is a whole-body workout

Pilates is a series of 30 to 40 low-impact exercises, each one testing a person's stability, mobility, balance and flexibility. Perfect for home. → Read More

Cleveland Cavaliers come through with financial support for game-day workers

The Cavaliers spent about $1.2 million to pay salaries for 1,000 employees, including those who work for third-party vendors for events missed → Read More

Owners pledged to pay workers when sports shut down, but many are being overlooked

When sports went dark, team owners vowed to take care of workers. USA TODAY Sports found substantial discrepancies and reluctance to disclose details. → Read More

Opinion: US fencer subjected to racist abuse on Zoom call gets little support

Nzingha Prescod, a two-time Olympian, was to be celebrated along with teammates for becoming the first US foil team to win a title at worlds. → Read More

Opinion: What's in a name? If it's an iconic stadium or arena, a great deal of public good

FC Barcelona is selling naming rights to its Camp Nou stadium, with the money going to COVID-19 relief efforts, a fine idea that US teams should copy. → Read More

Opinion: If NFL is going to hold draft, at least it's going to benefit relief efforts

NFL will donate proceeds from Draft-A-Thon to six charitable organizations that serve everything from food banks to homeless to medical professionals → Read More

Opinion: There will come a time when sports will be ready to return. Will we be?

Seton Hall Sports Poll finds 72 percent of Americans won't attend games without a COVID-19 vaccine and 13 percent won't feel as safe as they once did → Read More

As shelter-at-home orders put more at risk for domestic abuse, NFL set to help grass-roots groups

NFL to award grants of roughly $10,000 each to grass-roots organizations at a time when shelter-at-home orders put more at risk for domestic abuse. → Read More

Opinion: No bad blood or drama, just time for Tom Brady to leave New England Patriots

Tom Brady won six Super Bowl titles and three NFL MVP awards with the New England Patriots. He faces new challenges with Tampa Bay Buccaneers. → Read More

Opinion: Trump's suggestion that NFL season will start on time has no basis in reality

On Saturday, Donald Trump said he hoped the NFL season would start on time. But sports will only return when health experts say it's safe, not Trump. → Read More