John Clayton “The Professor” Passed Away Friday, At 69

Saturday morning NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell released the following statement on the passing of John Clayton: “John Clayton, one of the first “Insiders,” helped bring fans closer to the game they loved. For five decades, he covered the league with endless energy and professionalism.  He earned my tremendous respect and admiration as a journalist but […]

Ja’Marr Chase Is The 2021 Pepsi Zero Sugar NFL Rookie Of The Year

By Tiffany Williams – Today the NFL announced that Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase is the 2021 Pepsi Zero Sugar NFL Rookie of the Year. Chase who was the No. 5 overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft, led all rookies and ranked fourth in the NFL with 1,455 receiving yards, the most by […]

Raiders Hire McDaniels, Now Who Does New England Go After?

By Phillip Duncan – Josh McDaniels has spent 18 of the last 21 years in the NFL with the New England Patriots, with the other three years as head coach of the Broncos and the offensive coordinator of the then St. Louis Rams. Over the years, McDaniels has had many opportunities to pack up and […]

Rams Beat Cardinals 34-11 In Monday Night Wildcard Game

By Tiffany Williams – The Los Angeles Rams came into Monday night’s wildcard game at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California against the Cardinals after ending their regular season with a 24-27 loss in overtime against the 49ers. Leading up to that week 18 game, the Rams had five solid consecutive wins. This game tonight, was […]

NFL 2021 Pro Bowl Moving To Las Vegas

By Curtis Martin – The 2020 NFL Draft was suppose to be in Las Vegas however because of COVID-19 it was moved instead to a virtual platform and the city of Las Vegas shutdown. The Draft was also suppose to be the formal arrival of the Raiders to Las Vegas and shine a spotlight on […]

NFL Launches $250 Million Fund To Combat Systemic Racism

By Kenton Mayfield – On Thursday the NFL announced ​it was going to grow its social justice efforts through a 10-year total $250 million fund to combat systemic racism and support the battle against the ongoing and historic injustices faced by African-Americans. The announcement comes after Rev. Al Sharpton called out the NFL while delivering […]

NFL Third Annual Quarterback Coaching Summit

By Curtis Martin – The NFL announced on Wednesday that in partnership with the Black College Football Hall of Fame, the third annual Quarterback Coaching Summit will take place virtually from June 22-23. The NFL says that the summit is “One of several NFL programs intended to build the coaching and personnel development pipeline and […]

Brady Heading South To Tampa

By Kenton Mayfield – The one single question that everyone has been asking, now has been answered. Tom Brady after 20 years with the New England Patriots, is heading south to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The NFL has confirmed that Brady and the Buccaneers have reached “an agreement in principle.” How long the […]

Public NFL Draft Events Canceled Because Of COVID-19

By Kenton Mayfield – COVID-19 over the past week has been crippling the sports industry. The latest impact it has had, is on the NFL draft in Las Vegas. The NFL has announced about an hour ago that “Public NFL Draft events in Las Vegas next month will not take place.” In email statement from […]

After Week 4 Win, Patriots Still Untouchable

By Curtis Martin – On Sunday the Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills, 16-10 and New England now joins the 2012 Chicago Bears as the only teams since 2000 with at least 15 sacks and 10 interceptions in their first four games of a season. J.C. Jackson had two interceptions, a blocked punt and became the […]