On Monday the New York Jets honored Joe McKnight, their former player who was killed Thursday in an apparent road rage incident near New Orleans. The admitted gunman was initially detained by police, then released without charge. That decision has drawn protests. Jericka Duncan reports from Harvey, Louisiana, on how McKnight's family is reacting.
New cockpit audio raises troubling questions about the crash of a jet carrying a Brazilian soccer team in Colombia. Seventy-one people were killed, and six people survived, including three members of the team. Josh Elliott reports on how the recording shows the plane was running out of fuel and suffering from electrical problems.
The NFL has suspended Buffalo Bills player Seantrel Henderson for using medical marijuana as treatment for his Crohn's disease. The 10-game punishment will stretch into next season. Despite a growing number of states legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational purposes, the substance is still banned in the NFL. Dana Jacobson spoke with Tennessee Titans' Derrick Morgan who's pushing for change.
There have been more targeted attacks on police in 2016 than any other year for the past 20 years. Over the past week, six officers were attacked in multiple cities across the country - including an officer in Idaho who had to react quickly. Don Dahler has more; When the August Martin Angels hold a reunion, their coach, Joel Ascher, is the guest of honor. Now decades later, these women are helping to take care of their coach after he helped transform their basketball team in high school in the 1970s. Michelle Miller has the story.
The sexual assault scandal involving football players at Baylor University is more widespread than first reported. "60 Minutes Sports" has learned that since 2011, 19 players have been accused of sexual abuse against 17 women. The scandal cost the jobs of university president Ken Starr and football coach Art Briles. Armen Keteyian's full report airs Tuesday on Showtime, a division of CBS.