Former NFL stars Larry Johnson and Clinton Portis go deep and get real about mental health
How Parkland, Florida’s, Stoneman Douglas High School baseball team found a way forward after the February shooting.
Shaun White is still out here, from mountaintop bars to the beach house to Pyeongchang—no matter what the president says
For 28 years, Kay Grayson lived side-by-side with wild black bears in North Carolina’s swampy coastal forests, hand-feeding them, defending them against poachers, and letting them in her home. When she went missing last year, the only thing the investigators could find were her clean-picked bones. And that’s just the start of the mystery.
How does one of the most dominant—and beloved—pitchers in all of baseball just disappear? And where?
What if a 29-year-old former quarterback was good enough to play pro baseball, too? What if we all tried the things that people told us we could not do? Inside the final comeback of a born-again star.
The king of the fight game walked away a UFC champ. Then his mind got to racing. But Georges St-Pierre needed to become imperfect before returning to the Octagon.
Chasing Ambien with beer to sleep. Forty-pound weight loss. Chest pains. To stay in football, Urban Meyer had to address his mental health. Now, to help America tackle the issue, Ohio State’s head coach opens up in this B/R Mag exclusive.
“Without us,” Kyle Johnson says, “there is no baseball.” Then why are so many minor leaguers like him getting paid below the poverty line?
The MMA champ looks the look and talks the talk. Neither bully nor saint, he fights, he forgives and he definitely cries. This is how a boy from Dreamsville got all he ever wanted.
At 34, Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley is the undisputed wunderkind of football. Smiling, laughing, go go go—are you ready for what tomorrow feels like?
A new B/R Mag ‘investigation’ reveals the REAL reason basketball bosses still rock suits on the sideline—plus an EXCLUSIVE look at the Bill Belichick of the NBA. Just a ridiculous, fun story.
Kids are becoming more famous, having more fun and feeling more hate than ever. Welcome to Little League baseball in the social media age, where going viral can change your life.
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