Donald Trump’s attack on the National Football League Friday might have seem to come out of nowhere to some fans, but in reality, his disgruntlement with the NFL has a long history. The comments resulted in dozens of additional players taking a knee during the anthem, a closing of the ranks among NFL owners to stand against Trump’s remarks, and some teams not coming out onto the field for the anthem at all. 1984 – As an investor in the United States Football League, Trump not only bought the New Jersey Generals franchise, but pushed the league hard to adopt a fall schedule and go head-to-head with the NFL.
The Baltimore Ravens traveled to London Sunday to play in their first ever international matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Unfortunately, they didn’t show up for the game like they should have, dropping a 44-7 clunker to what was supposed to be a basement team in the AFC. But for some in the stands, it was a bittersweet game because they finally got to see their team play in person for the first time at historic Wembley stadium. Regardless of the shameful performance, Sunday was a big day for Baltimore and their fans, and those who root for the Purple and Black across the Atlantic showed up in droves to greet their team. One of those who root for the Ravens in London is Nicky Sowemimo,
They have an MVP, top-five NBA player. They have another All-NBA player who is a strong wing defender. They now have an aging all-star who still can get buckets with the best of them. There is a strong collection of role players who can help form a solid