We’re a month into 2018, and a lot has happened in the world of sports. Here are some of the stories we thought our readers would love. Click on any link to learn more.

Roger Goodell admits he’s “concerned” about the catch rule, hopes to change it


Not a fan of the NFL catch rule? You’re not alone. Commissioner Roger Goodell also has concerns. He wants to spend the offseason working on clarifying a confusing, inconsistent catch rule, and turning it into a rule people actually want. You can listen to Goodell’s remarks at the above link.

Indians removing Chief Wahoo logo from uniforms in 2019


After a fight spanning decades, the Cleveland Indians have taken steps toward removing the presence of the controversial Chief Wahoo mascot from the field. The logo, which has been a part of the team since 1947, will be removed from the Indians’ jersey sleeves and caps next year; it will remain on uniforms and merchandise during 2018. Learn more about the history of the debate and the future of the Indians’ logo and insignia in the link.

Early 2018 fantasy baseball rankings


It’s a big time for football, but if you’re thinking about baseball season, ESPN has some information that might help you put together your fantasy team. ESPN compiled a list of the top 300 ball players as well as their eligible positions, possible ranks, and ages as of opening day 2018. There also are lists for positional rankings to ensure you have all the information you need.

Was Super Bowl LI best of all time? Ranking every game


Super Bowl LI was an unforgettable game in a lot of ways. It was the most recent game, but USA Today Sports ranks it among the top Super Bowl games ever played. The link contains the rest of USA Today Sports’ rankings, which take into account things such as legacies, broken records, scores, comebacks, excitement and history-making events. What does your ranking look like, and where will Super Bowl LII end up?

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