BEREA -- The second part of Ronnie Camerons work day starts as he leaves the Cleveland Browns facility. After practice, after meetings, after lifting, after more meetings the Browns backup defensive tackle goes home to his other jobs.
It seems incongruous that todays highly paid athlete would have a job after football, but Cameron is not the prototype. His Twitter account (@RonSCameron) is filled with political analysis -- hes one of few NFL players tweeting about Benghazi -- and he writes a political blog for The Huffington Post, with recent posts about the ambition of immigrants and why politicians cant tell the truth.
He loves football, but he said he hopes the work he does when the football day ends will, literally, change the world. Hes developing and running a web site called Bonfire Impact, and it could have major reach.
Im starting a news blog network for social awareness, nonprofits, human rights, Cameron said during a recent interview. Its pretty much like a Huffington...