HBCU Players In The Hall (Of Fame)

Jerry Rice is one of over two dozen HBCU alumni in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. ( weekend, three players from HBCUs will be inducted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The addition of Tennessee State's Claude Humphrey, Southern's Aeneas Williams and Texas Southern's Michael Strahan will bring the number of HBCU alumni in the Hall of Fame to 28. Here'...
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August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

8/9/2012 Roosevelt Brown interview (Passed Ball Show)

June 02, 2013  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Best Late Round Draft Picks In Franchise History

Last week, I wrote an article titled “New York Giants Biggest Draft Day Regret”. Well, I wanted to keep the theme going as draft day looms near; I decided to research and compile a list of the best New York Giants draft picks from the 7th up.  With such a long history in the NFL, I needed to limit the years, but still gather enough information to give a fair and accurate assessment...
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March 07, 2013  |  Discuss

Get Ready For the Next Spring Training Hero. Just Don’t Read Too Much Into His Performance

Finally, the day we have all waited for is upon us. By the end of the day today, all position players will have joined the pitchers in camp for Spring Training. Full squad workouts, inner squad games and yes, Spring Training games will begin shortly. With all these fun baseball events taking place, a reminder must be given to you all. Please, under no circumstances should you ever...
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February 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Dropping Back In NFL History: The Ultimate Late Round Sleeper

It’s a busy week, let’s get right to it. Deaths this week: June 9, 2004 – Roosevelt Brown, Hall of Fame Tackle for the Giants dies of a heart attack. This past March the NFL held its annual draft of college football players. 32 teams worked their way through seven rounds to pick what they believed were the best that college football had to offer. By the end of the three...
Via Football Nation
June 06, 2012  |  Discuss

New York Giants: Offensive Line Energized

The New York Giants have always been known for having an outstanding offensive line in years past. Dating back from offensive tackle Roosevelt Brown to current offensive linemen Chris Snee.  As a unit, the Giants offensive line have opened holes for their running backs; which enabled the Giants to have a ball control team throughout their history which helped them win countless...
Via Football Nation
June 05, 2012  |  Discuss
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