Category: football

Denver Broncos Testing UV Technology to Combat COVID-19

No one has a definitive answer to combat or solve the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Health and safety experts provide their recommendations to government officials and organizations, including professional sports leagues, though most are left to develop their own processes within that guidance.

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NFL Votes Initiative Registers 900 Players Ahead of 2020 Election

“One Player Makes an Impact, 2,000 Make a Movement.”

The powerful statement of unity adorning the NFL Players Association Twitter account bio is the message the NFL is striving for with the NFL Votes initiative.

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Ed Reed Excited to See Lamar Jackson’s Growth

Ed Reed wouldn’t guarantee a Super Bowl LV championship or even an appearance in the title game for reigning NFL MVP Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, but the Pro Football Hall of Fame safety still has plenty of faith in his former team heading into the 2020-21 season.

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Christian McCaffrey, Trae Young, Sabrina Ionescu Join Team BodyArmor

When Mike Repole created BodyArmor in 2011, he had his sights set on surpassing Gatorade as the top-selling sports drink by 2025. People laughed at the lofty goal as the unknown better-for-you sports drink began an uphill battle against the Gatorade Goliath, which has dominated the market since the 1960s.

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49ers’ Arik Armstead’s Mission to Tackle Educational Inequality

Arik Armstead is well aware of the opportunities education and sports have provided him. The San Francisco 49ers defensive tackle is also well aware of the lack of opportunities many face due to various factors, including location and socioeconomic status.

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Patriots’ James White is Encouraging Youth to Vote

James White didn’t vote in the first election he could after he turned 18; it wasn’t until the following primary in 2016 when he first took advantage of his civic duty. Even then, White admits he was unaware of many of the names on the ballot and their accompanying platforms and stances on key issues.

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Question Marks Surround NFL Season Amid Pandemic

The NFL sits in a unique situation. The league is afforded more time than other sports and leagues to implement health and safety protocols, survey and analyze the industry landscape, and wait and see how the coronavirus pandemic plays out over the next few months before beginning its season less than 100 days from now. Continue reading “Question Marks Surround NFL Season Amid Pandemic”