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The Louisiana Weekly
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Otis ‘Coach Wash’ Washington passes away at 80
06/03/2019 11:58am

By Fritz Esker Contributing Writer Legendary St. Augustine High School football coach Otis Washington passed away at the age of 80 on Friday, May 24.Continue Reading

Five African-American NFL head coaches are fired
01/07/2019 11:51am

By Lauren Victoria Burke Contributing Writer NNPA Newswire Five of the NFLs seven African American head coaches were fired on December 31. Arizona CardinalsContinue Reading

GSU to host 2019 and 2020 NAIA Championships
12/10/2018 11:19am

By Stacy M. Brown Contributing Writer NNPA Newswire The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics NAIA has announced that Grambling State University will host theContinue Reading

First Black player in the NHL is the third inducted into sport’s hall of fame
11/26/2018 11:28am

BlackmansStreet.Today William Eldon Willie OBree, the first African-Canadian man to play in the National Hockey League, was inducted November 12 into the Hockey HallContinue Reading

Dillard University inducts athletes into new Sports Hall of Fame
01/29/2018 12:53pm

By Ryan Whirty Contributing Writer Ariel Mitchell arrived on the Dillard campus as a freshman in fall 2008, three years after Hurricane Katrina decimated theContinue Reading

The Times-Picayune
The Times-Picayune

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New Orleans, LA 70130   Directions

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WDSU TV 6 NBC
WDSU TV 6 NBC

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New Orleans, IL 70113   Directions

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National updates: Protesters flood streets again in push for change
06/06/2020 9:13pm

Protests are expected across the U.S. and around the world for the second consecutive weekend.

Tracking Cristobal: Tropical Storm Cristobal impacts expected for Louisiana Coast Sunday
06/06/2020 9:12pm

Cristobal may make landfall late Saturday afternoon or early evening along the Louisiana coast.

1 deputy dead in California, another injured, 1 person in custody
06/06/2020 9:11pm

Santa Cruz County Sheriffs Office reports active threat involving shooting

Prince William has been secretly volunteering for a mental crisis hotline
06/06/2020 8:11pm

The Duke of Cambridge has been volunteering with a new crisis text line.

Coronavirus latest in Mississippi: COVID-19 cases now at 17,034; 811 deaths reported
06/06/2020 7:59pm

Mississippi health officials advise residents to wear a homemade mask, or other face covering if they must leave the house.

WGNO TV 26 ABC
WGNO TV 26 ABC

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Ed-itorial Podcast: How professional athletes are addressing the BLM movement
06/05/2020 6:42pm

Ed sat down with former sports reporter Jo Brown, to break down statement from Drew Brees, Joe Burrow, Gayle Benson, and more.

Frank Daggs, Jr. named McDonogh 35 head football coach
06/05/2020 4:56pm

On Thursday, InspireNOLA Charter Schools and McDonogh 35 Senior High School announced Frank Daggs, Jr.as the new Head Varsity Football Coach. Daggs has held several positions as an assistant coach in his time at McDonogh 35. 14 years as a Program coordinator, 10 years as Defensive Coordinator, and the last 5 years as Assistant Head

Craig Perret Selected for Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame
06/05/2020 2:15pm

New Orleans jockey Craig Perret is the second jockey to be selected for the Greater New Orleans Sports Hall of Fame.

More than half of NFL coaching staffs not at team facilities
06/05/2020 2:08pm

More than half of the 32 NFL teams will not have their coaching staffs back at their facilities Friday.

Brees takes first step toward mending relationships
06/05/2020 8:32am

Drew Brees now realizes hed fallen out of touch.

WHNO TV 20
WHNO TV 20

839 St Charles Ave
New Orleans, IL 70130   Directions

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Sejarah Pemberitaan Olah Raga di Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA
12/29/2019 7:51am

Sejarah Pemberitaan Olah Raga di Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA Sejarah perkembangan pemberitaan di Louisiana bisa dirangkum dalam penjelasan singkat mengenai kegemaran masyarakat Louisiana pada festival olahraga. Sejak dulu The post Sejarah Pemberitaan Olah Raga di Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA appeared first on SportsNOLA.com.

Ulasan Event Olahraga dari Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA
12/25/2019 6:50am

Ulasan Event Olahraga dari Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA Event olah raga terjadi setiap tahun di Louisiana. Ada banyak cabang olah raga yang dimainkan dalam event ini dan banyak The post Ulasan Event Olahraga dari Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA appeared first on SportsNOLA.com.

Ulasan Pertandingan Antar Mahasiswa dari Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA
12/25/2019 6:31am

Ulasan Pertandingan Antar Mahasiswa dari Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA Louisiana merupakan salah satu tempat di dunia yang memiliki sejarah panjang dalam kegiatan olah raga. Penduduk di daerah ini The post Ulasan Pertandingan Antar Mahasiswa dari Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA appeared first on SportsNOLA.com.

Penyebab Berita Bola Jarang Ditemukan di Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA
11/20/2019 7:57am

Penyebab Berita Bola Jarang Ditemukan di Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA Setiap tempat di dunia memiliki fokus tersendiri pada jenis berita olah raga yang paling disukai. Tempat-tempat ini memiliki The post Penyebab Berita Bola Jarang Ditemukan di Media Berita Olahraga Louisiana USA appeared first on SportsNOLA.com.

WODT AM 1280 Fox Sports Radio
WODT AM 1280 Fox Sports Radio

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WVUE TV 8 Fox
WVUE TV 8 Fox

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WWL Sports Radio AM 870 / FM 105.3
WWL Sports Radio AM 870 / FM 105.3

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Breaux show canceled for 2017
11/09/2017 9:50am

Breaux show canceled for 2017 Steve Geller November 9, 2017 var md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowSeanPaytonannounced today that cornerDelvin Breauxwill remain on injured reserve for theremainder of this season. He suffered a setback during practice last week while recovering from a stress fracture of his left fibula.You want your players healthy, Payton said. The rehabs going well hes worked hard and diligent. You know, its still not 100 percent, but it is going well on all the indications we have. When we do the scans and the testing, it shows its healing properly.The 27 year old got hurt in trainingcamp after being limited to just 6 games a year ago. Breaux is in the third yearof his three-year and will become a restricted free agent in 2018. Tags: Delvin Breaux fibula Saints Sean Payton injured reserve Comments

Drew Brees' wife: 'We will do better, we want to do better'
06/06/2020 3:45pm

Larry McCormack/The Tennessean via USA TODAY NETWORK Drew Brees wife: We will do better, we want to do better Amos Morale III June 6, 2020 Categories: Sports NFL Local Local News Saints var md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowvar md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowSaints quarterback Drew Brees has apologized several times for comments he made during an interview with Yahoo Finance. On Saturday, his wife issued her own statement via her private Instagram account.WDSU posted a screenshot of the statement in which Brees wife Brittany wrote WE ARE THE PROBLEM.To say I dont agree with disrespecting the flag .. I now understand was also saying I dont understand what the problem really is, She wrote. I dont understand what youre fighting for, and Im not willing to hear you because of our preconceived notions of what that flag means to us.Thats the problem we are not listening, white America is not hearing. Were not actively LOOKING for racial prejudice.We have heard stories from men and women we have known and loved for years about the racism that occurred in their lives .. stories that were never shared or talked about because somehow they were considered normal.To all of our friends and anyone we hurt ...we will do better.. We want to do better , we want to HEAR you, and we will fight for you because thinking we are not part of the problem...is checking the box it means we are are not doing enough.Her statement came after Brees responded to President Donald Trumps tweet saying the veteran QB shouldnt have apologized for his controversial comments about NFL players protesting.Brees, however, told the president he was standing by his apology.We must stop talking about the flag and shift our attention to the real issues, Brees wrote.Brees was asked earlier this week, amid nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd, about players potentially kneeling during the anthem this season. He told Yahoo Finanace he would never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States.Several of Brees teammates including Malcolm Jenkins, Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas expressed frustration about his comments. Brees apologized for his comments both publicly and during a meeting with his teammates. Tags: Saints Drew Brees New Orleans Saints Brittany Brees Comments

Deuce, Zach: Brees said right things, action must follow
06/06/2020 1:19pm

Deuce & Zach agree: Brees said right things, action must follow Deuce: You have to be willing to get your hands dirty.June 6, 2020 Sports Talk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic var md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowBy: Mark MenardDrew Brees has now apologized twice for comments he made during an interview with Yahoo Finance and offered a sternly-written rebuke in response to being tweeted at by President Trump.Saints Radio Network color analyst Deuce McAllister says the words are appreciated, but there has to be more than just words from Brees.Words without deeds are worthless, McAllister said Friday night on WWL Radio. And thats basically telling you that those words, yes, they do have a meaning . But you have to have some action with those words. And I know the first thing that comes back - Well hes given to the minorities cities and communities. Hes done so much for the community. Yeah, thats true. I would agree 1,000 with that. But that does not eliminate what has happened as well.You have to be able to back it up. And its not necessarily a photo shoot here, a photo shoot there. You have to be willing to get your hands dirty... And I think that Drewis100 committed to doing that.McAllister said if some good could come of the dust-up between Brees and his teammates, its that the door has been opened for some tough, honest discussions.The conversation that were having that has to be had that we dont want to have... its one that hits you not only in an emotional way, but it makes you have to look at yourself, McAllister said. Thats not just from a black perspective or a white perspective or an Asian perspective or a Hispanic perspective. Its from an individual perspective.If you truly know and understand the racism that goes on in America, its shocking to a point. But when you are the minority that it happens to, I dont want to say its expected in a sense but thats kind of what happens.McAllister said being a star athlete shielded him to a point from the harsher treatment others have experienced. But he knows what others have dealt with, and he still feels it.I will be honest. I, because of my skillset, have been an individual that may not have experienced what other individuals have experienced. I understand that. I know that, McAllister said. But what about individuals that dont get that benefit of the doubt Thats who its really tough for. And so when individuals like Drew Brees make that type of statement, it hurts. And thats being honest. Thats the honest truth.He said, while he never talks about it, theres an added weight on his shoulders every time he steps into the radio booth on Saints gameday to make sure a door thats been opened for the first time doesnt get closed behind him.To be accepted, to be equal, McAllister said. You just want a fair shot... I know the importance of Deuce McAllister being the first African-American broadcaster for the New Orleans Saints. For me, my job is to be able to go out there and to articulate... to the best of my ability. I have never, not one time, said that to anyone that I work with. But I know what that means.I know the banner that I carry.McAllisters broadcasting partner, play-by-play commentator Zach Strief, echoed much of what the Saints all-time leading rusher had to say.Conversations like they had, theyre difficult conversations, Strief said. Theres a lot of hurt on that team. Theres a lot of people that feel betrayed by what Drew said. Thats not gonna be solved by words. Thats not gonna be solved by statements. Thats gonna be solved over time by action.Strief said Brees isnt the only one who can take a lesson away from this.I think more than anything, its taught everybody that all of our words can cause negative emotions, Strief said. They can hurt people, especially with the injustices that have happened in this country. The fact that they have happened for so long, there is deep-rooted hurt. And when you speak up and you deny things that have unquestionably been happening for hundreds of years in this country, that is very hurtful. And I think that we have finally come to a place where it is no longer going to be accepted to hurt people like that. I believe that Drew will handle this the right way. Im fortunate to know him as a person. But it doesnt excuse the hurt that was caused.Strief said the incident has made him realize that some peoples support for the fight against racism, including his own, should have come sooner.Its easy to stand up right now and say what Im saying, but I didnt say that when it wasnt coming from every direction, Strief acknowledged. And I think thats the hard part for a lot of people, the realization that you could have been part of the solution a lot sooner. And Im sure that that is something that is weighing on Drew as well, just like it does me and a lot of people that I know. Realizing that ignoring the issues for as long as we have has just perpetuated the damage that has been going on forever. I hope and think that real positive change can come from the hurt thats happening right now.Strief is optimistic though that the rift isnt permanent.Its a terrible time and moment, but it can lead to healing, Strief said. It can lead to better things, and I believe and hope that thats whats going to happen.You can hear both full interviews from Sports Talk by clicking the podcast link. Deuce & Zach weigh in on the Drew Brees apology Categories: Saints Tags: NFL Saints Drew Brees Zach Strief Deuce McAllister apology Comments

Brees to Trump: We need to focus on 'real issues'
06/05/2020 11:02pm

Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports Brees to Trump: We must stop talking about the flag and shift our attention to the real issues Amos Morale III June 5, 2020 Categories: Sports NFL Local Local News Saints var md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowvar md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowOn Friday, President Donald Trump tweeted that New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees shouldnt have apologized for his controversial comments about NFL players protesting saying Brees shouldve kept his original stance on honoring our magnificent American Flag. Later that day, Brees responded to President TrumpWe must stop talking about the flag and shift our attention to the real issues.Torealdonaldtrump, Brees wrote in a post to his social media accounts, Through my ongoing conversations with friends, teammates, and leaders in the black community, I realize this is not an issue about the American flag. It has never been. We can no longer use the flag to turn people away or distract them from the real issues that face our black communities.We did this back in 2017, and regretfully I brought it back with my comments this week. We must stop talking about the flag and shift our attention to the real issues of systemic racial injustice, economic oppression, police brutality, and judicial & prison reform.We are at a critical juncture in our nations history If not now, then whenWe as a white community need to listen and learn from the pain and suffering of our black communities. We must acknowledge the problems, identify the solutions, and then put this into action. The black community cannot do it alone. This will require all of us. To realdonaldtrump Through my ongoing conversations with friends, teammates, and leaders in the black community, I realize this is not an issue about the American flag. It has never been. We can no longer use the flag to turn people away or distract them from the real issues that face our black communities. We did this back in 2017, and regretfully I brought it back with my comments this week. We must stop talking about the flag and shift our attention to the real issues of systemic racial injustice, economic oppression, police brutality, and judicial & prison reform. We are at a critical juncture in our nations history If not now, then when We as a white community need to listen and learn from the pain and suffering of our black communities. We must acknowledge the problems, identify the solutions, and then put this into action. The black community cannot do it alone. This will require all of us. A post shared by Drew Brees drewbrees on Jun 5, 2020 at 7:10pm PDT Brees was asked earlier this week about players potentially kneeling during the anthemthis season. He told Yahoo Finnace he wouldnever agree with anybody disrespecting the flagof the United States. Several of Brees teammatesincluding Malcolm Jenkins, Alvin Kamara and Michael Thomas expressed frustration about hiscomments. Brees apologized for his comments both publically and during a meeting with his teammates.His response to Trumps message drew support from the same teammates who criticised him.My teammate dropped a bar... paraphrasing demariodavis , apology is a form of true leadership... thats taking ownership. Only through open dialogue & open hearts can we expand our comprehension and only in courage can we create positive change ---- drewbrees https://t.co/Z3GZJ0awwC cameron jordan camjordan94 June 6, 2020 A big part of leadership is admitting when you are wrong, and correcting your mistake. A model that All of America can follow, admit the wrong done to the black community, fix the issues and WE ALL move forward together. Lets all stand together now and find solutions. https://t.co/8RG3wMeiSd Demario Davis 56 demariodavis June 6, 2020 MY QB ---- https://t.co/TOSprTpFHr Michael Thomas Cantguardmike June 6, 2020 Tags: Saints New Orleans Saints Drew Brees Donald Trump Comments

Roger Goodell Admits Fault in Not Addressing Protests Sooner
06/05/2020 7:18pm

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Admits Fault in Not Addressing George Floyd Protests Sooner Jesse Pantuosco June 5, 2020 Categories: Saints var md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowvar md new MobileDetectwindow.navigator.userAgentif md.mobile functione,tift.ymvoid 0t.ymvar me.createElementscriptm.typetext/javascript,m.async0,m.src//static.yieldmo.com/ym.m5.js,e.getElementsByTagNamehead0e.getElementsByTagNamebody0.appendChildmelse t.ym instanceof Stringvoid 0t.ym.chkPlst.ym.chkPlsdocument,windowWhile countless sports organizations have released statements condemning police brutality and racial injustice amid the ongoing George Floyd protests, the NFL has remained silent until now. Commissioner Roger Goodell finally addressed the Black Lives Matter movement in a video message posted to the NFLs Twitter account Friday, apologizing for not responding to players concerns sooner while taking a hard stance against racism and the oppression of minorities.We, the NFL, condemn racism and the systematic oppression of Black People. We, the NFL, admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest. We, the NFL, believe Black Lives Matter. InspireChange pic.twitter.com/ENWQP8A0sv NFL NFL June 5, 2020We, the National Football League, admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest, said Goodell. I personally protest with you and want to be part of the much-needed change in this country. Goodells acknowledgment came less than a day after a number of prominent players including Davante Adams, Saquon Barkley, Odell Beckham, Ezekiel Elliott, Stephon Gilmore, DeAndre Hopkins, Patrick Mahomes, Michael Thomas and Deshaun Watson came together in a video decrying racism and police brutality. The league has also been dealing with fallout from uninformed comments made by Drew Brees, who offended many including several of his Saints teammates with his pointed remarks about standing for the national anthem and respecting the American flag. pic.twitter.com/ltJwmjVVMW Saquon Barkley saquon June 5, 2020Without black players, there would be no National Football League, said Goodell. The protests around the country are emblematic of the centuries of silence, inequality and oppression of black players, coaches, fans and staff. Race has been a hot topic in the NFL of late with many criticizing the league for its lack of diversity in coaching hires. Of the NFLs current head coaches, only three of the 32Miamis Brian Flores, Anthony Lynn of the Chargers and longtime Steelers head coach Mike Tomlinare African American. The Rooney Rule, requiring all teams to interview at least one minority candidate in their head-coaching searches, has largely been a failure. Just ask Kansas Citys Eric Bieniemy, who has been poised to make the leap from offensive coordinator to head coach for years now with nothing to show for it. The leagues struggles in promoting racial equality were never more apparent than in 2016, when Colin Kaepernick and other black players were vilified for kneeling during the national anthem. Kaepernick, whose NFL tryout last fall was largely a PR stunt, has been out of the league ever since. We are listening. I am listening, Goodell offered in his closing remarks. And I will be reaching out to players who have raised their voices and others on how we can improve and go forward for a better and more united NFL family. Goodell said all the right things on Friday. Now its time to find out if the commissioner actually means what he said or if the league was simply paying lip service to its countless critics amid a PR firestorm. LISTEN NOW on theRADIO.COM AppFollow RADIO.COM SportsTwitterFacebookIInstagram Tags: NFL George Floyd Drew Brees Roger Goodell Comments

WWL TV 4 CBS
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'We are the problem' — Brittany Brees posts emotional statement on race
06/06/2020 4:08pm

Its our job to educate ourselves. We are sorry.

Brees responds to Trump: 'We can no longer use the flag to turn people away'
06/05/2020 10:08pm

Drew Brees posted a response to Instagram after the president criticized him for backing away from his previous comments about kneeling during the National Anthem.

Roger Goodell: NFL wrong for not listening to players; encourages peaceful protest
06/05/2020 6:48pm

The commissioner read a statement of declarations that was almost word-for-word of what several players had demanded a day earlier.

Trump says Drew Brees should not have apologized for flag comment
06/05/2020 4:11pm

NFL players joined former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to protest police brutality against minorities - not the American flag - beginning in 2016.

Michael Thomas among players who want NFL to say it was wrong to silence their peaceful protests
06/05/2020 12:41am

In a video message, Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes and other players told the NFL how they want the league to address the issue of racism.

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