OAKLAND, January 7, 2017 — NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport announced that former ESPN NFL announcer Jon Gruden has been hired as the Oakland Raiders next head coach, with a $100 million contract for 10 years. The news broke just hours after Gruden finished announcing the Kansas City and Tennessee wild-card game on Saturday. The Oakland Raiders have announced a press conference for Tuesday, where they will … Continue reading ESPN Broadcaster Jon Gruden the new Oakland Raiders coach
A former football legend has seen enough of his former team and believes he can make an immediate impact if they were to sign him. During his tenure with Tampa Bay, Simeon Rice led the Buccaneers to a Super Bowl title in 2002. That year, the defensive end made one of his three pro bowl appearances. In his 12 year career, Rice became the Bucs … Continue reading NFL Legend Simeon Rice Wants to Make a Comeback at Age 43
An Eye on America News Feature: Continue reading Does Colin Kaepernick Deserve to Be Signed?
NFL players are speaking out against the NFL which has seemingly blacklisted former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick because of his focus towards political activism. Players and fans have argued that Kaepernick’s play is more than enough to have teams consider him for a roster spot. A quick recap of Kaepernick’s track record include a Super Bowl and NFC Championship appearance with the 49ers and three … Continue reading Poor Quarterback Play this Season is Putting Kaepernick Back in the Spotlight
There is an alarming coincidence for a man that uses his celebrity platform to decry racism and injustice towards the maltreatment of African Americans in the United States society, particularly law enforcement, then allegedly gets handcuffed by his arresting officer who holds him at gunpoint and yells, “I’ll blow your f***ing head off” while also being wrongfully accused based on the color of his skin. … Continue reading Michael Bennett: Victim or Race-Baiter?