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NFL player Emmanuel Ellerbee has founded a nonprofit designed to introduce student-athletes to STEM.

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In honor of injured NFL star Tre’Davious White, Buffalo Bills fans donated over $100K to a food bank in his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana.

The announcement that Antonio Brown would be suspended multiple games for violating the NFL's COVID-19 policies drew attention to the decided disparity in punishment for all-pro quarterback Aaron Rodgers' similar transgression.

Aaron Rodgers was never vaccinated and surprisingly enough, his lie is getting a pass from Stephen A. Smith.

Since Gruden's resignation, Colin Kaepernick has been trending on social media. Many folks are inferring that Gruden’s resignation proves that the former quarterback for the San Fransico 49ers who lost his job after kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality was right about the NFL all along.

Gruden was in the midst of a 10-year, $100 million contract with the Raiders at the time of his resignation.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

As racism's incestuous relationship with the NFL rears its ugly head once again, the wife of NFL player Isaac Rochell shared racist social media messages responding to her interracial marriage to Isaac Rochell, a Black man.

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NFL player Jalen Hurts has joined forces with the National Football League Players Association and FedEx for the creation of an HBCU scholarship initiative.

The skill set of being a successful college athlete is very similar to mental makeup you need to be a successful doctor, which makes it a perfect path for the many black student athletes who don't go pro.

Former NFL wide receiver Dez Bryant recently joined the I AM ATHLETE podcast to talk about his life after the NFL. During the interview, he criticized Colin Kaepernick’s protest saying it lacked a true call to action.

It looks like Jay-Z may be close to making the dream of Black ownership in the NFL a reality after new reports put him on a very small list of top contenders to purchase the Denver Broncos franchise.

Maia Chaka, 38, officiated her first NFL game over the weekend, becoming the first black woman to ref an NFL game. She was the line judge during the game between the Carolina Panthers and New York Jets, which aired on CBS Sunday afternoon.