The International Olympic Committee asks that we celebrate sport while holding our tongues.
What responsibility do judges bear in assessing individual's moral culpability for outcomes that are the product of luck.
The pandemic is laying bare all sorts of troubling relations and concerning arrangements. And COVID-19 may be the least of college football's problems.
Do the responsibilities of celebrity extend to keeping some of their opinions to themselves? Must they play by a different set of rules than the general public?
Trans athletes are being barred from competing with their cis counterparts under the guise of "inclusion" and protecting the integrity of sport, but what does fairness demand?
The NFL has a troubling history of racial prejudice infecting everything from the huddle to the sidelines and the owner's box to the press box.
Professional sports has its own "fast fashion" problem, and its current "solution" is hardly a cure.
What responsibility, if any, does JAY-Z have with regards to Colin Kaepernick and his partnership with the NFL?
What, if any, obligation does Jay-Z, as a high-profile advocate for social justice and a recognizable brand, have to not condone or distract from the NFL's many public relation problems?
In assessing the different sides of the debate there are a number of relevant factors at play from relative commercial value to social message and even historical injustice.