Colin Kaepernick, left, and San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid kneel during the national anthem before a game in 2016. Reid has joined Kaepernick in filing a grievance claim against the league, saying owners have colluded to keep him out of a job because of his protests.
Tony Finau shot a four-under-par 68 to tie for second place in the first round of the Masters on Thursday, a day after he dislocated his left ankle while celebrating a hole-in-one in the tournament’s par-3 contest.
Alex Ovechkin, right, after his second goal of the game on Monday.
From left: DeMaurice Smith, Eric Reid, Bob McNair and Roger Goodell.
Justify battling Good Magic in the 143rd Preakness Stakes on Saturday before pulling away to win. Justify will race for the Triple Crown in three weeks at the Belmont Stakes.
South Korea’s Park Chae-lin, right, battling North Korea’s Kim Un-hyang in an April match.
Gil Roberts won a gold medal in a relay at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
At La Punto, the only allusions to the building’s dark past are embedded deep within the restaurant’s extensive cocktail menu.
Coach Brent Strom with pitcher Buddy Boshers, in spring training. Strom is more than five years older than any other pitching coach in the majors.
Peter Polansky, playing against Alexander Zverev on Tuesday, took a roundabout way into the draw at all four Grand Slams this year.
Midfielder Jack Cork has covered more ground than any Premier League player. But almost every step he takes has a purpose.
Chipper Jones made Atlanta Braves fans very happy many times over two decades. He’s expected to be voted into the Hall of Fame this week.
Andy Murray looked strong early in his match with Nick Kyrgios on Tuesday, but he could not summon his best tennis when he needed it most.
David Quinn after his Boston University team won the 2015 Beanpot tournament, which matches the four major college hockey teams in the Boston metropolitan area.
Nick Foles is a quarterback. Here he is catching a touchdown pass, from his tight end, in the Super Bowl. Foles was named the game’s most valuable player.
Giancarlo Stanton of the Yankees saluted the fans in Miami, his former baseball home, as they gave him a standing ovation during his first at-bat on Tuesday.
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