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OTL discussion: Gamers and PEDs
The popularity of esports has exploded in recent years, leading some players to use amphetamines such as Adderall to gain a competitive advantage.
OTL: Gamers and PEDs
Professional esports leagues testing for PEDs; Gamers say Adderall use is common.
Browns hire Hue Jackson and Minority coaches in the NFL
Outside The Lines examines the Hue Jackson hiring in Cleveland and if the NFL's policy on minority hiring is increasing the opportunities for minority (more…)
OTL preview: Gamers and PEDs
Professional esports leagues testing for PEDs; Gamers say Adderall use is common.
OTL discussion: Rams returning to L.A.
NFL owners voted 30-2 to approve the Rams move from St. Louis to Los Angeles for the 2016 season. Outside the Lines looks at the winners and losers in (more…)
OTL discussion: NFL answers on L.A.
NFL owners are gathering in Houston today and could be voting on the first team relocation in nearly two decades as the Chargers, Rams, and Raiders al (more…)
OTL discussion: Turning the Tide
Outside the Lines profiles Nick Saban as he prepares to lead Alabama into the College Football Playoff National Championship against Clemson.
OTL discussion: NFL coaching changes
Outside the Lines discusses the firings of Mike Pettine from the Cleveland Browns, Jim Tomsula from the San Francisco 49ers, and other coaching change (more…)
Examining Michael Andrews' unique training method
Will Cain, Tom Jager and Brent Rushall join Outside the Lines to break down and debate the training methods of 16-year-old American swimmer Michael An (more…)
OTL: Making Waves
Swimmer Michael Andrew, the youngest American ever to turn pro, makes waves with his unconventional training methods.
OTL: The man behind "Concussion"
Outside The Lines profiles Dr. Bennet Omalu, who discovered the brain disease CTE in former NFL players and is now the subject of the film 'Concussion (more…)
The man behind "Concussion"
Outside the Lines profiles the real Dr. Bennet Omalu and considers how he forever changed the way we look at football.
OTL Discussion: Rio Water Mess
ESPN's Tom Farrey discusses the extreme water pollution in Brazil & the concerns that high levels of bacteria and viruses in Rio could make Olympic at (more…)
OTL discussion: NBA discipline
Kings guard Rajon Rondo was suspended one game by the league for directing a gay slur at referee Bill Kennedy. Rondo has issued two apologies for usin (more…)
OTL discussion: Missouri athlete boycott bill
On Outside the Lines, Andy Katz examines the Missouri bill proposing that student-athletes lose their scholarships if they go on strike.
Rose: I can teach people not to make my mistakes
Former baseball player and manager Pete Rose shares his thoughts on being denied reinstatement into baseball by commissioner Rob Manfred.
OTL discussion: Perfect Panthers
On Outside the Lines, we'll look at the evolution of Cam Newton and the Panthers pursuit of perfection with David Newton and Mike Singletary.
OTL discussion: Deadly Distraction
On Outside The Lines, Bob Ley discusses the dangers of texting and driving with Dr. David Greenfield and Fletcher Cleaves, who was paralyzed in an acc (more…)
OTL: Deadly Distraction
The lives of two athletes were changed in an instant as a result of texting and driving.
OTL: NFL concussion protocol
Four years ago this week, the Browns badly mishandled a concussion that QB Colt McCoy sustained during a game. The league implemented new protocols to (more…)
OTL roundtable: Golden start
On Outside The Lines, Bob Ley examines the roots of the golden start for Golden State with an eye towards how long they can keep the incredible run go (more…)
OTL: HGH for Healing?
With funding from Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, University of Michigan researchers are looking into whether a banned performance-enhancer can bet (more…)
Allowable uses for HGH?
Outside the Lines examines the uses of HGH and the PED's ability to help athletes recover.
OTL: College coaching carousel
Today on Outside The Lines, Bob Ley looks at who's in and who's out, why so many big time college coaching jobs are opening up and the pressure of tur (more…)
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  • Premiered: May 1, 1990
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  • Premise: An Emmy-winning investigative series examining topical sports-related issues on and off the field. Panel discussions accompany the in-depth features. (more)

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