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17 Dec 2020
Former New Orleans Saints star Ekom Udofia has been killed by police officers in Phoenix, Arizona back. According to ABC 15, the Phoenix Police Department released footage of the shooting ostensibly to keep the powder dry
23 Nov 2020
Emmanuel Ogbah is leading the charge for the Miami Dolphins’ disruptive defense, motivated by a desire to stay put, writes AP. “I’ve been around,” Ogbah said with a chuckle. “I’ve been on three teams in five years. I’m tired of moving.” A breakout season has the Dolphins keen to keep him around. Ogbah is tied…
4 Aug 2020
No football, no problem for Odell Beckham. Beckham told Wall Street Journal Magazine that “it doesn’t make sense” for the NFL to charge forward with the 2020 season amid the COVID-19 pandemic
18 Jun 2020
The American president said Wednesday he "absolutely" is in favour of giving the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback another chance in the NFL. The comment is in sharp contrast to his 2017 stance when he told a political rally that players like Kaepernick who kneel during the US anthem are "sons of bitches" and should be expelled from the league.
11 Jun 2020
The United States Soccer Federation said Wednesday it has scrapped a controversial policy banning players from kneeling during the national anthem.
10 Jun 2020
New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins called on the NFL to apologise to Colin Kaepernick on Tuesday, saying recent expressions of contrition would be meaningless while the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback remained isolated from the sport.
24 May 2020
The girlfriend of exiled NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick rushed to his defence on Saturday after the league listed his status as "retired" on its website.
5 Jan 2020
Colin Kaepernick, the former NFL quarterback whose kneeling protests of racial injustice roiled the league, called out US "imperialism" on Twitter
17 Nov 2019
As reported by TMZ, Jay-Z is unhappy with the way Colin Kaepernick handled his workout on Saturday because he feels he turned a legitimate workout into a publicity stunt. Colin bailed on the NFL's workout Saturday and held his own workout instead. Colin claims he wanted transparency insisting the NFL would not allow him to…
17 Nov 2019
Former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, whose kneeling protest during the national anthem became a major controversy, displayed strong passing skills at a Saturday workout and vowed he's "ready to play" after nearly three years out of the league.
12 Nov 2019
    Shakira alongside Jennifer Lopez will be performing at the Superbowl halftime in 2020. This was made known earlier this year. It was confirmed that Shakira and Jennifer Lopez would be co-headlining the Halftime Show in February 2020, when the Super Bowl hits Miami. In a report by Huffpost, the news came after it…
Jay-Z
16 Aug 2019
Former Colin Kaepernick teammate and Carolina Panthers defensive back Eric Reid blasted the NFL Thursday over its new deal with rapper Jay-Z, calling it cover for injustice toward Kaepernick.

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