Allen Iverson lived up to his billing as number one draft pick. His offensive skills and speed made him unstoppable, even for all-time greats like Michael Jordan. His bad-boy image influenced a generation of players but also led to problems off the court. Iverson joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss his new Showtime sports documentary, "Iverson," where he opens up about his childhood, arrests, basketball and everything in between.
Jorge Posada played his entire career with the New York Yankees. It was one of the most successful eras in the team's history. The retired catcher has a new book called "The Journey Home: My Life in Pinstripes." Mark Strassmann spoke to Posada about his family, big league baseball and the steroid era that tainted the game.
The NFL's controversial decision to suspend Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for four games has sparked widespread discussion about the severity of the penalty and its impact on Brady's legacy. Sports Illustrated's "Monday Morning Quarterback" columnist Peter King joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the NFL's move.
An investigation into the "deflategate" scandal found that two New England Patriots employees let air out of footballs and that star quarterback Tom Brady was likely aware of the practice. New York Times sports columnist Bill Rhoden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the impact on Brady's legacy and what punishments he might face.