DVD Features Will Smith as Fearless Physician Who Fought the NFL

  Concussion DVD Review by Kam Williams DVD Features Will Smith as Fearless Physician Who Fought the NFL In 2002, Will Smith landed his first Academy Award nomination for Ali, a riveting biopic about Muhammad Ali directed by Michael Mann. Although a cultural icon in his own right, Smith managed to disappear into the role […]

NFL Admits Football Linked to Brain Disease CTE

  NFL Admits Football Linked to Brain Disease CTE By Burt Carey Facing a question by U.S. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky during a discussion with the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce, a National Football League official admitted that football can be linked to a fatal brain disease. “Mr. Miller,” Rep. Schakowsky (D-IL) asked, “do […]

NFL’s Rams Coming Back to Southern California

  NFL’s Rams Coming Back to Southern California By Burt Carey The Rams are moving back to Los Angeles. The Chargers might join them. And the Raiders will remain in Oakland. NFL owners voted 30-2 Tuesday on a lucrative relocation plan that returns the Rams to LA this year from St. Louis, where the team […]

The Regular Season Finale of the NFL Held Surprises

  The Regular Season Finale of the NFL Held Surprises by Amy Lignor   There were few games left to play in the regular season that held massive power. The Minnesota Vikings versus the Green Bay Packers for the division title was one. The other came from the snow-filled skies of Buffalo where the Jets […]

Will Smith Delivers Oscar-Quality Performance as Fearless Brain Researcher Who Fought the NFL

  Concussion Film Review by Kam Williams Will Smith Delivers Oscar-Quality Performance as Fearless Brain Researcher Who Fought the NFL In 2002, Will Smith landed his first Academy Award nomination for Ali, a riveting biopic about Muhammad Ali directed by Michael Mann. Although a cultural icon in his own right, Smith managed to disappear into […]

The Media Needs to Allow “Fight Songs” Without Starting Fights

  The Media Needs to Allow “Fight Songs” Without Starting Fights by Amy Lignor   Madonna said “express yourself.” Then…she did. In every way she wished. Whether it was with a lace glove and really funky hair telling everyone she was a virgin; or, whether it was when she aged and decided to wear cone […]

‘Fantasy’ Becoming Bigger Headline than Actual Sports

  ‘Fantasy’ Becoming Bigger Headline than Actual Sports By Amy Lignor   Everyone loves football. Okay…most people love football. However, the game seems to be getting more and more exciting every year as Fantasy Football grips the nation. Although, just as it is with Greg Hardy’s rage, or Tom Brady’s deflated balls, Fantasy Football is […]

A Rookie Dream

  A Rookie Dream by Amy Lignor   Is this a rookie’s dream, or is Marcus Mariota actually a ‘rookie dream’ for his coach and his team? He began his NFL career looking a shoe-in for future induction into the football Hall of Fame. He made a great big splash last week while playing the […]

The Tale of Two Commissioners

The Tale of Two Commissioners ~Amy Lignor When it comes to the ‘bug guns’ in the world of sports, there are two men that make the headlines for many things – right and wrong decisions, as far as the public is concerned. Goodell is the heavyweight in the NFL. This is a man who always […]

Don’t Rely on Preseason Scores for the Truth

Don’t Rely on Preseason Scores for the Truth ~ Amy Lignor Everyone knows, or should, that preseason games in the NFL are mostly to see if the ‘newbies’ are going to make it out alive. They are also for the coaches to assess new defenses, new offense structures and techniques, as well as new plays […]

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