In THR's annual Sports Issue, the former NFL defensive end — and new host of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" and star of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and the "Expendables" franchise — shares his hard-earned wisdom, from learning to be humble to leaving the rage behind.
In THR's annual Sports Issue, former Washington Redskins running back David Kopay, who scandalized an incredulous America, opens up about the reasons behind his decision, his life since then and his concerns for the openly gay rookie player.
The City of Angels spawns superstars — and loyalty — as demonstrated by these 11 athletes, ranging from a six-time MVP basketball icon to the final surviving member of the Rams' Fearsome Foursome, who posed for THR's annual sports issue.
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