Every time I hear Colin Kaepernick's name, I think back to Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans on Feb. 3, 2013.
I wonder what would have happened had the 49ers’ starting quarterback sat during Alicia Keys' electric national anthem and brought attention to the racial divide that existed then.
Would you even remember who won the game? (It was Ravens 34, 49ers 31, just in case you forgot).Read more
The most decorated Olympian of all time, swimmer Michael Phelps, offered a name to go with his famous Phelps face Sunday night. It's one word: Future.Read more
There's not much to be said about this story except 1) this newspaper's photographers have an incredible eye for animal life and 2) their photo captions say it all.
"A flag is thrown while Baltimore Ravens' Jeremy Butler (17) crosses the end zone over two bats that are copulating in the grass at his feet during preseason NFL football in Baltimore.Read more
Cam Newton is quickly becoming the second-most popular starting NFL quarterback in Baltimore.Read more
By now you know that Maryland is the real hero of the Rio Olympics.Read more
Could you imagine Buck Showalter starring in a sitcom? (I mean, besides "Seinfeld.")
Now you don't have to, because Twitter user Ryan Stickel already has the the Orioles manager's golden ticket to stardom. World, meet "Full Birdhouse."
All that's missing is a shot of Showalter driving a convertible full of Orioles across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.Read more