NFL Admits Football Linked to Brain Disease CTE

  NFL Admits Football Linked to Brain Disease CTE By Burt Carey Facing a question by U.S. Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky during a discussion with the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce, a National Football League official admitted that football can be linked to a fatal brain disease. “Mr. Miller,” Rep. Schakowsky (D-IL) asked, “do […]

Uplifting Biopic About Late College Gridiron Great Arrives on DVD

  My All American DVD Review by Kam Williams Uplifting Biopic About Late College Gridiron Great Arrives on DVD Freddie Steinmark (Finn Wittrock) was just about the last person you’d expect to see on a football field. But the pint-sized safety somehow made up for it in heart, what he lacked in muscle and stature. […]

Texas Football Coach Pleads Guilty in Assault on Official

  Texas Football Coach Pleads Guilty in Assault on Official By Burt Carey Former John Jay High School assistant football coach Mack Breed pleaded guilty this week to misdemeanor assault charges stemming from an attack by two players on a referee during a game. John Jay Principal Robert Harris said Breed, 29, admitted to him […]

Don’t Blame it on the Turkey

  Don’t Blame it on the Turkey By Amy Lignor   Ah…Turkey Day. When Thanksgiving comes along, family and friends get together and enjoy a good, good meal. Or, that is exactly what the process should be. But there were three things on this particular Turkey Day that ruffled a few feathers. For those families […]

Week Wrap Concentrates on Quarterbacks

  Week Wrap Concentrates on Quarterbacks by Amy Lignor   It’s been a long time since Tampa Bay could claim a better record than anyone. However, they did claim a better record than the Philadelphia Eagles who they met up with on Sunday. With the Eagles, their QB Bradford was out and back-up QB Mark […]

The Media Needs to Allow “Fight Songs” Without Starting Fights

  The Media Needs to Allow “Fight Songs” Without Starting Fights by Amy Lignor   Madonna said “express yourself.” Then…she did. In every way she wished. Whether it was with a lace glove and really funky hair telling everyone she was a virgin; or, whether it was when she aged and decided to wear cone […]

Week 10: Lies, Lumps, and Loons

  Week 10: Lies, Lumps, and Loons In Other Words…The NFL By Amy Lignor   Rex Ryan had to go home this past Thursday night, back to the ones who fired him. Yes, Rex was not as loud coming into this one as he has been in the past, chances are he was tired of […]

Inspirational Biopic Recounts Abbreviated Career of Gridiron Great

  My All American Film Review by Kam Williams Inspirational Biopic Recounts Abbreviated Career of Gridiron Great Freddie Steinmark (Finn Wittrock) was just about the last person you’d expect to see on a football field. But the pint-sized safety somehow made up for it in heart, what he lacked in muscle and stature. He was […]