Asante Samuel of the Atlanta Falcons wants people to focus on athletes for the sport they play, not for their sexuality. Samuel makes an interesting point in a roundabout way.
There is no prize, Presidential phone call, Oprah interview and etc, for being heterosexual, so why is being homosexual rewarded?
The simple answer is anytime you do something different or new, it gets a...
Today Asante Samuel said that good ol' Bill fell victim to the charms of a "young lady" during Samuel's stint in New England, resulting in easier practices and a totally different coach, even going as far as to say he became "whipped."
For some reason Asante Samuel never seems to shut up about the Patriots. I hope someone chirps him back about how he...
Atlanta Falcons cornerback Asante Samuel is the latest athlete to chime in on Jason Collins decision to come out of the closet.
Samuel told Fox Radio that sports talk needs to stick to just that…sports talk.
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Asante Samuel has given himself a new nickname that he says has to do with having "swag 100% of the time." See what he calls himself.
Asante Samuel has been traded to the Atlanta Falcons for what has been described as an “undisclosed pick” in this year’s draft. The consensus, though not official, is that it’s Atlanta’s sixth-rounder.
Using the term “undisclosed pick” in compensation for Samuel is code for “we got absolute crap for a good player.”
How in the world did they only get so little...
If the lead up to the NFL draft hasn’t provided you with enough drama and intrigue over the past several days, there is always the continuing quest of the Philadelphia Eagles to trade Pro Bowl corner Asante Samuel.
With less than 48 hours to go before the draft, multiple teams have expressed interested in doing a deal with the Eagles for the 31-year old Samuel. Among them is the...
The Philadelphia Eagles found a partner in the Denver Broncos willing to trade for Pro Bowl corner Asante Samuel, per NFL sources. But Denver’s low offer–a 5th or 6th round player or an unnamed player–wasn’t the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Per the Inquirer’s Jeff MacLane, the deal fell through because the Broncos and Samuel couldn’t come to terms:
The Eagles are reportedly desperate to unload Asante Samuel, and it is believed they would take as little as a third-round pick at this point just to get rid of him.
According to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles have been looking for a third and possibly a fourth round pick for cornerback Asante Samuel. Now they’re willing to accept less than that.
The Broncos reportedly offered the Eagles a fifth or sixth round pick for Samuel. The reason nothing has happened yet is because he has agreed to restructure his contract,...
Asante Samuel is still a Philadelphia Eagle, for now. However, is it more because he wants to remain with the Eagles or because they simply can’t find a trade partner?
It’s no secret that Samuel is on the trade market as we’ve known that since last year. Many people, myself included, fully expected him to be dealt by now or during the draft at the latest.