While it still remains to be seen if former superstar NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick will ever get a chance to return to the football field, there's no denying the societal and cultural impact his 2016 kneeling protest during the national anthem against police brutality has had over the years In light of the killing of[...]
Sure isn't! You literally still don't understand why Kap was kneeling on one knee?? Has absolute nothing to do with the disrespect of 🇺🇸 and our soldiers(men and women) who keep our land free My father-in-law was one of those https://t.co/pvUWPmh4s8 — LeBron James (@KingJames) June 3, 2020 During his interview with Yahoo Finance on Wednesday, Brees[...]
Nay, we're here to fix it! Sure, we could go after a league… ● That suddenly got around to realizing–after selling a helluva lot of "NFL's Hardest Coma-Causing Hits"–type VHS tapes back in the not-that-long-ago day that two people colliding into each other constantly over a bunch of seasons might not be the healthiest thing in the[...]
Super Bowl LIII has its own dumpster fire burning the very weekend the NFL championship game is set to go down - and it's all about the halftime show.
NFL Owners' Controversial Decision, Watchmen "Remix", Who's on Twitch, and More [The Weekly Static s01e41]
The Weekly Static is Bleeding Cool‘s look at the past week in the land of the networks, cable, and streaming, from a (hopefully) interesting perspective. THIS WEEK: WWE/Fox deal Smackdown; Damon Lindelof talks Watchmen; Twitch marathons Doctor Who; NFL owners take a knee; and Castle Rock gets a Stephen King thumbs up.
The policy states that the owners "have reaffirmed their strong commitment to work alongside our players to strengthen our communities and advance social justice," referring to a "unique platform" with "unprecedented scope" to "promote positive social change." However, after noting that in the opening paragraph, the policy goes on to detail plans to end players kneeling during the[...]
ABC has indefinitely pulled the once-scheduled February 27 episode 'Please, Baby, Please' over what the network and creator/showrunner Kenya Barris are vaguely describing are "creative differences." At this time, ABC has no plans to either air the episode or make the episode available through other formats.
ESPN SportsCenter co-anchor and journalist Jemele Hill will be leaving her post on the 6 p.m. SportsCenter for other assignments within the company. Hill is expected to join the staff of The Undefeated, the ESPN microsite that fuses sports, race and culture.