Category: NFL

April 30, 2017 Fago Franklin No comments exist

Every year the NFL Draft have individuals that define the odds by getting drafted. Voghens Larrieux, who came to the United States from Haiti, worked hard and perfected his crafted, was drafted by the Buffalo Bills Saturday. Before he was drafted Saturday, he was emotionally overwhelmed with excitement and joy just by getting a chance…

April 30, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  The three day extravaganza known as the NFL Draft is now complete. Seven rounds, 253 selections, and countless amount of boos toward Commissioner Roger Goodell later, we have another draft class in the books. The party started with former Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett as the 1st overall selection to the Cleveland Browns….

April 29, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  The first three rounds of the NFL Draft are highly important to a team’s development. The three rounds are constant nerve centers for teams to find starters, key role players, and quality depth chart fillers. The 2017 NFL Draft kicked off in it’s usual high-energy fashion on Thursday night. After all of the interesting…

April 27, 2017 Brian Waters No comments exist

Jamal for the Win! With the 6th pick of the 2017 NFL draft, the New York Jets select Jamal Adams of LSU. Adams was selected 32 years after his father George Adams was selected by the New York Giants. Certainly, a New York State of Mind for the Adams Family. But the bigger story is,…

April 27, 2017 Stephen Thompson No comments exist

A lot of Sports history occurred when social media wasn’t even around. Sports and Social Media goes hand in hand. It can make something great or ruin someone’s team or career. What makes social media really good is trends. Something happens, and it loops across people’s timelines for days. It truly shows the importance of the moment,…

April 26, 2017 Kelsey Nicole Nelson No comments exist

Growing up in West Baltimore’s Edmondson Village, Tavon Mason first attended what was then George Street Elementary School which was located in the Murphy Holmes Projects of Baltimore City, before his family moved to Baltimore County. “Sports started just playing in the neighborhood. Having an older brother and flocking to him I got a chance…

April 26, 2017 Eric Robinson No comments exist

  It’s near folks. The draft is so close you can taste the rumors, the leaked draft selections, and the green room shenanigans that goes on with the NFL Draft. With this particular draft class, it presents one of the deeper defensive line classes in recent memory. Any team in need of secondary help will…

April 21, 2017 Fago Franklin No comments exist

The Seahawks and Richard Sherman trade has faded completely in the last two weeks. Seattle was asking for too much when they were trying to trade Sherman, but was not successful. The Seahawks wanted to get a first-round pick and a very good player on a low contract, but that was not happening in a…

April 21, 2017 Kelsey Nicole Nelson No comments exist

Scan your eyes around the New York Jets locker room or better yet go online and look at their roster on their website. Chances are your eyes will stop over a few new names, and you will notice the ones no longer there.  A franchise who over the most recent years has been home to…

April 20, 2017 Michael Bish No comments exist

Mike Vick to host showcase for young athletes The most electrifying player to ever step foot on a football field is dealing with life after football. Mike Vick officially retired from the NFL earlier this year, right before Super Bowl 51. Even though Vick was stepping away from the game as a professional athlete his…