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With each passing day, more athletes starting to take a stand

Athletes can play a powerful role in the lives of many. Most are looked up to for what they do on a field or court. However, it’s outside those lines that athletes get criticized the most. Athletes have always taken stands and formed their own protests. The likes of Colin Kaepernick, LeBron James, the WNBA as well as many others... Read More
NFL Redskins 

Fuller spoke on his mental makeup, the new look defense, and Torrian Gray

Kendall Fuller’s rookie season got off to a good start in 2016, making his first professional start in a Week 4 matchup vs the Cleveland Browns. His solid performance as the team’s slot cornerback, seemingly alleviated the issues that was going on in the Redskins secondary at that position. The solid start as we all know by now did not... Read More
NFL 

Biggest Surprises from Round 1

Last night was exciting and intriguing day to say the least. It’s an indication that at the end of the day, the draft is truly unpredictable. No matter how much analysis and information is put into it, once it begins all that goes out the window. The quarterback frenzy shook up the first round creating an aura of intrigue throughout... Read More
NFL 

Thank you, Cleveland

Thank you, Cleveland for not overthinking the first overall pick. Thank you, Cleveland for drafting the best prospect in the 2017 draft class. Thank you, Cleveland for making sound and quality selections in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Cleveland is coming off an abysmal 1-15 season. The franchise has not been good in the nearly two decades... Read More
NFL Ravens 

Doesn’t look or feel like the same old Browns

No team has ever won a Super Bowl during the first day of free agency. Many teams have made the necessary moves on paper, exactly what the Cleveland Browns did on Thursday when NFL free agency kicked off. Cleveland has been the laughing stock of the NFL since returning in 1999, due to poor management decisions, questionable draft choices and... Read More
NFL 

NFL Notebook: Weeks 16 and 17

Welcome back to the final regular season installment of the NFL Notebook series. With the holidays here when Week 16 occurred, I combined the final two weeks of the season into one post. There is only one thing from Week 16 that I will be discussing and a few items from Week 17. I hope you all had a wonderful... Read More
NFL 

NFL Notebook: Week 5

Another week has passes us by in the National Football League. In Week 4, we saw some teams continue to impress in the early goings of this season as well as a vengeful Tom Brady make his season debut. Some teams continued to falter, further hurting their playoff chances. Here is what caught my eye in the week that was... Read More
NFL Redskins 

New Redskins Safety Comes with a Huge Chip On His Shoulder

On Wednesday, Washington signed free agent strong safety Donte Whitner. He’s in his 11th season, having been a 3 time pro-bowler from 2012 – 2014 with the San Francisco 49ers and the Cleveland Browns. This move comes after starting safeties Deangelo Hall and David Bruton Jr got sent to injured reserve in consecutive weeks. Whitner is a quality safety who... Read More
NFL 

NFL Notebook: Week 4

A quarter of the 2016 NFL season is officially in the books. It seems like the series just started, yet here we are. This week a few things caught my eye, including a receiver who needs to quit his nonsense, a fumble that wasn’t and rookies leading the Cowboys among other things. Starting this week, I will be adding a... Read More
NFL 

NFL Notebook: Week 3

Another week has passed in the National Football League and there was a lot of excitement as well as disappointments. Some teams continued their hot streaks to start the season while others, well they continued to flounder. Here are my takeaways from Week 3 in the NFL. Carson Wentz continues to shine The rookie quarterback is continuing his hot play... Read More
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