New England Patriots: Time To Be Heard

The Super Bowl champions will not be a team in the White House. We all know athletes visit the White House in honor of their win. Four players (Chris Long, Devin McCourty, Dont’a Hightower and Martellus Bennett) on the Patriots have announced they will not be joining their team in …

Capitol Hill: What Is Next?

We all ask the question, what is next? Several months ago the players of the National Football League (NFL) met with Congress to discuss their concerns on social injustice. Social injustice has been a problem in America for centuries. There is not one solution to diminish social injustice, but awareness, …

NFL: Time For A Change

It is becoming more common for athletes, especially in the NFL to speak out about police brutality and social inequalities.  Players of the National Football League (NFL) have utilized their media influence to stand against social injustice.  NFL players are becoming advocates, bringing awareness to social inequality, specifically focusing on …

A New Era In Chicago

(photo courtesy of ESPN.com) The Bulls have made a complete 360 on their roster for the 2016-17 season, adding 10 new people. Today, we will focus on the starting line-up. The sensation, Derrick Rose, was no longer beneficial to the Bulls. Ever since his ACL tear in 2013, Rose struggled …