By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus In a Sunday that saw offensive fireworks in Arizona, Seattle, and Baltimore, the week was dominated by the injury bug that bit some of the Week One starters. In Miami, Tua Tagovailoa was sidelined early (rib injury) in their AFC East tilt with Buffalo. He would be replaced by Jacoby […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #2"
As we begin “The NFL’s Biggest Season Ever” over the next 18 weeks, BASN Newsroom will continue to chronicle the exploits of this much maligned, but very talented group. As is its custom, Week One offered all sorts of impressive performances, wild finishes, and all in between.Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week #1"
The professional team imported paid spin doctors to help shape a secular narrative regarding a new stadium that would only benefit them and increase local tax subsidization of an industry that claims to be a 501© (6) in legal title – implying a not – for – profit entity.Read more "A DOWNTOWN STADIUM IN BUFFALO – WHY NOT???"
By Gary Norris Gray-Staff Reporter It would be nice if any network football broadcaster would announce that the starting quarterbacks for the New York Football Giants and the Las Vegas Raiders are Michael Louis Ingram, Anthony McClean, or Gary Norris Gray without the reference to the color of their skin. Unfortunately we are not there […]Read more "THE NFL QUARTERBACK QUESTION-AGAIN"
THE CIRCUS RETURNS TO JACKSONVILLE Gary Norris Gray-BASN Staff Reporter Urban Meyer and Tim Tebow will now be forever linked in professional football history and the circus has just begun in Florida. Meyer, new head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars wants to change the lingering losing culture of the Jaguar locker-room. Meyer wants his former […]Read more "THE CIRCUS RETURNS TO JACKSONVILLE"
BLACK FIELD GENERALS – PART II THE END OF POCKET PASSERS Gary Norris Gray-Staff Reporter The wheels of progress turn very slowly when it moves against the norm. African American quarterbacks are forcing professional football teams to change their offenses, slowly. The National Football continues to promote pocket passers, like Jared Goff-Los Angeles Rams-Detroit, Matthew […]Read more "BLACK FIELD GENERALS-PART II THE END OF THE POCKET PASSER"
BLACK FIELD GENERALS- Gary Norris Gray-Staff Reporter Even with Black quarterbacks Doug Williams (1988), Russell Wilson (2014), and Patrick Mahomes (2019) already having won three Super Bowls, and others playing in eight, as the National Football League approaches its 100th anniversary with Black quarterbacks still having to prove they belong on the field. From Fritz […]Read more "BLACK FIELD GENERALS"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus The first weekend of the NFL’s postseason was expanded with extra teams this year. Two days of tripleheaders added a pair of extra games to the party. In the long run, we saw a couple of road dogs take some big steps. Let’s take a look back at the action. […]Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Super Wildcard Weekend"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus When the NFL’s 101st season began back in September, a record 10 Black quarterbacks started under center on Opening Weekend. From MVP’s to first-round picks, the Field Generals ran the gamut of pro football’s landscape. All season long, we here at BASN Newsroom have chronicled their exploits on the field. […]Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 17"
We have one week left in the regular season for the Field Generals. For some, they’re fine-tuning their game for the postseason. Some are hoping to get a chance to join that postseason party. Some are trying to secure their addresses for 2021.Read more "The NFL Field Generals Report: Week No. 16"