Jenn Sterger is suing her publicist in both New York and Florida, claiming that he still has Brett Favre's texts — and cock shots — and is trying to use them to write a tell-all book.
Former Mets outfielder Lenny "Nails" Dykstra is accused of stripping naked and requesting a massage from a woman he was interviewing as a housekeeper. But luckily for him, he has Charlie Sheen on his side.
Sportscaster Andy Gray, who drew criticism for his disparaging comments about a female line official, has now been fired. The final straw was sexist behavior toward a coworker.
A female line official is causing one British football commentator to opine that all such officials should be women. The reasoning is interesting, but (mostly) wrongheaded.
Instead of their usual half-time show, the Boston Blazers lacrosse team decided to stage a little lap-dance competition instead. Unsurprisingly, fans are pissed.
Being a female sideline reporter just gets more fun all the time — on Friday, ESPN announcer Rod Franklin's sexist comments to reporter Jeannine Edwards got him pulled from a bowl game. And it's not his first offense.
An openly gay University of Minnesota golf coach is considering a discrimination lawsuit after she wasn't allowed to do her job, suggesting that homophobia can be a problem at secular universities, not just religious ones.
Tennessee's Belmont University says its women's soccer coach resigned yesterday — but players say she was forced to leave after she came out to them.