Anthony Rizzo is one of the best players in baseball. But don't treat the Cubs first baseman like a superstar. By beating cancer he's achieved more off the field than on it.
2 Apr 2017
Since Jerry Jones purchased the Dallas Cowboys in 1989, he's exceeded expectations, except his own. He dreams big and builds even bigger. His legacy will include a bust in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Jim Trotter examines the business acumen of Mr. Jones.
30 Jul 2017
Kevin Hart: Keep Laughing, Keep Moving
Comedian Kevin Hart gets serious when it comes to fitness. Hart sat down with Chris Connelly and discussed his passion for motivating others to live healthier lifestyles.
28 Aug 2017
Finding Nittmo - Part 1
Bjorn Nittmo, a high school exchange student from Sweden, discovered his talent in American football, and started the ride of a lifetime. Then he disappeared.
23 Apr 2017
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6 Apr 2017
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21 Jun 2017
The Sixth Man
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6 Aug 2017
What's In A Name
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4 Jun 2017
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7 May 2017
James Conner: For Those Who Can't
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30 Apr 2017
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14 Aug 2017
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11 Jun 2017
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18 Jun 2017
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2 Oct 2017
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30 Jun 2017
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