Washington Redskins offensive lineman Jordan Black doesn’t believe the Redskins should change their name and he voiced he voiced his opinion on Twitter.
People are overly sensitive these days…the Redskins should never change their name.
— Jordan Black (@jordanblack78) February 11, 2013
If only people were equally offended by our national debt. #Redskins
— Jordan Black (...
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We’ve heard long time names and mascots abandoned in the past because their name is offensive in today’s culture. One of the best examples in my opinion would be NBA’s Washington Bullets. I can’t imagine that team name existing in the world that we live in now. I can definitely come to good reasons to retire that name. A much more tricky...
The debate over whether or not the Redskins should change their name has flared up this offseason, and while nothing is imminent, the pro-name change movement seems to be gaining momentum. And while we have made it clear that we support changing the name, there are intelligent arguments to be made to the contrary.
On Monday, Redskins’ lineman Jordan Black provided an excellent...
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The physical evidence was there before the positive test even came back for Washington Redskins starting RT, Jordan Black. The Redskins announced on Monday that Black had been suspended by the league for violating the league’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs. The suspensions covers a four game span, and it begins immediately. That means that Black [...]
Washington Redskins tackle Jordan Black has been suspended without pay for four games for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
The league announced Monday that Black's suspension begins immediately and will include playoff games if the Redskins advance that far.
Black become the sixth Redskins player suspended by the league in less than two seasons...
Via AP on Fox
December 17, 2012
Washington Redskins offensive tackle Jordan Black was suspended without pay Monday for four regular-season and postseason games after violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances. Black will begin serving the suspension immediately, the NFL said in a statement. He will be eligible to return to the active roster the day after the fourth regular-season or postseason...
Jordan Black is eating his way back into the NFL.
The offensive lineman is making a comeback after spending a year away from the game and losing some weight - because he thought he was retired.
But a rash of injuries had the Washington Redskins calling. He signed a couple of weeks ago, and on Tuesday he found himself playing first-team left tackle, responsible for protecting Robert...
Via AP on Fox
August 14, 2012
With injuries impacting the team early in training camp, the Redskins signed veteran offensive tackle Jordan Black to a one-year deal. Coach Mike Shanahan also announced Tuesday that safety Tanard Jackson was activated from the physically unable to perform list. Jackson, sidelined by a calf injury, hopes to return to practice Wednesday. "You are definitely behind when you...