By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter The Indianapolis Colts and owner Jim Irsay just sidestepped the Rooney Rule again by hiring ESPN broadcaster and former Colts center Jeff Saturday. Saturday won his first game over the Las Vegas Raiders before losing to the Philadelphia Eagles 17-16. Mr. Saturday has never coached a professional team in […]Read more "THE ROONEY RULE IS SIDESTEPPED AGAIN"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus As we reach the unofficial midpoint of the season, we also take a look at the recent happenings and contributions of the Field Generals through the first eight games. Entering Thursday’s game between Philly and Houston, five of Field Generals are sitting atop their divisions including Jalen Hurts and the […]Read more "BASN’s NFL Field Generals Report: Second Quarter Review"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus For the second time in the last three seasons since we debuted the Field Generals Report, at least a dozen (13 in fact) black/minority quarterbacks started on Opening Day. Unfortunately, many have already been dealt with injury setbacks, questionable play calling, and the all too familiar double-standard of media scrutiny […]Read more "BASN’s NFL Field Generals Report: First Quarter Review"
By Patrick Freeman, TV Executive & CEO of the International Branding & Image Firm: MORE MEDIA LLC based in NYC BUFFALO — The National Football League has just negotiated one of the largest sports broadcastingcontracts in history with Fox sports being one of its major outlets. The reckless reporting of FoxNews for a number of […]Read more "It’s time to demand the NFL pull its games off Fox TV"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus A look back at how the Field Generals fared during Super Wild Card Weekend. SUNDAY Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia (Loss at Tampa Bay) This one was ugly from the first snap to the last snap. Tampa Bay (14-4) set the tempo from the start, with Tom Brady leading a pair of […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Super Wild Card"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter This weekend, America celebrated the birthday of Black Civil Rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. America continues to celebrate the struggles of African Americans on January 17, 2022. The NFL might have been left in a time warp with the events on the field and in the front […]Read more "BLACK MONDAY: THE NFL COACHING CAROUSEL"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus After the “biggest season ever” ended on late Sunday night, four of the Field Generals are now set to begin the next and most important chapter of the season — the playoffs. Three of the four will play on Super Wild Card Weekend on Sunday. At 1:00 PM, Jalen Hurts […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #18"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus With the final week of the regular season upon us, the NFL playoff party is coming into shape. Needless to say, several of the Field Generals have grabbed seats to the ball while a few more are hoping to get their invites as well. In the AFC, the defending conference […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #17"
By Anthony McClean, Editor In Chief Emeritus We cannot move forward without reflecting on the passing of NFL legend John Madden. An unknown 32-year-old linebacker coach who was promoted by Al Davis in 1969, Madden was the 1969 AFL Coach of The Year and led the Raiders through the 1978 season. In 10 years under […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #16"
By Anthony McClean, Editor-In-Chief Emeritus After avoiding a series of minor COVID-19 outbreaks during the season, the first major outbreak hit the NFL with all of its fury. The outcome: over 100 players on protocols and three games rescheduled to spread Week 15 to Tuesday night. And as the season begins to wind down, the […]Read more "The NFL’s Field Generals Report: Week #15"