You Are Here: Home » Interviews

THE SKINNY: James Ihedigbo sits down with

Gayle Saunders Follow Him on Twitter We were fortunate enough to sit down with James Ihedigbo, Safety from the Baltimore Ravens. James gave us the skinny on the what his off season has been like as a Super Bowl champion and also shed some light on his work ethic and how his family has played a huge part in his success on the football field. James Ihedigbo not only excels on the football field, he also excel ...

Read more

THE SKINNY: Davone Bess Interview

The young man from Oakland has lived in both coasts of the country including Hawaii and he seems to make a difference everywhere he goes. Now in Miami as a Wide Receiver for the Dolphins, Davone Bess is using his abilities to help the team, help the community and make a difference in peoples lives. From relative obscurity to being considered one of the top up and coming players in the league, Bess is making ...

Read more

THE SKINNY: Catching up with Stanford Routt

This offseason the Oakland Raiders resigned Cornerback Stanford Routt to a 3 year deal. With the new contract of Richard Seymour and the new contract for Routt along with pending Free Agents in Nnamdi Asomugha and Michael Huff, the secondary might have a different look to it all together. The Raiders have to choose how to allocate their money and it appears as if they've decided to move on without Nnamdi. W ...

Read more

THE SKINNY: A Chat with Amobi Okoye!

Not too many people can claim the list of accomplishments that Houston Texans Amobi Okoye can. Born in Nigeria, he moved to America and made quick work of school. Entering the University of Louisville at the age of 16, Okoye was the youngest to be playing Division I sports. Choosing to be a Cardinal over Harvard for football reasons, Amobi quickly became a very good Collegiate player and an extremely bright ...

Read more

In the World of NFL Agents, It’s all about Priority!

By Steve O'Reilly & Gayle Saunders Recently, Sports Illustrated wrote an article that exposed the dirty underbelly of some NFL agents and their shady dealings. That article brought to light how some agents pay collegiate players in order to firm their standing with that player with the underlying understanding that this relationship will pay great dividends in the future. It's a practice that has been assum ...

Read more

© 2016 | All Rights Reserved

Scroll to top