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Tag Results for "Latinos In The Nfl"

LATINOS IN SPORTS: First Hispanic Referee Promoted to Senior Director of Officiating

The National Football League (NFL) made history today by promoting its first Latino referee to the position of senior direct of officiating. continue reading »

New York Giants Victor Cruz’s Popularity Rises

New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz has the 9th best selling jersey in the NFL, according to ESPN Sports Business Reporter Darren Rovell. continue reading »

Chicago Rookie Evan Rodriguez Takes Advantage of Opportunity

Rookie Evan Rodriguez has made a great first impression with the Chicago Bears. The Bears fourth round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft started in his first professional game at H-back in Chicago’s 41-21 win over Indianapolis. continue reading »

Victor Cruz Memoir Tells Teens “If I Can Make It, You Can Too”

His size. His heritage. His hometown. Because of it all, Victor Cruz’s impressive success in American football came as a surprise to many, but in his new book, the superstar says his success in the last year has been anything but “out of the blue.” continue reading »

Jets Interesting Off-Season Quarterback Watch: Sanchez vs Tebow

The New York Giants are coming off an improbable run to win the Super Bowl last season, but the other New York football team is hogging the offseason headlines with an interesting quarterback battle between Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez. continue reading »

Mark Sanchez Caught Using Team Mate as Kleenex and Not Because He was Crying over Loss (VIDEO)

New York Jets quarterback Mark Sánchez was caught by TV cameras picking his nose, and then wiping off his fingers on backup quarterback Mark Brunell. For the legions of female fans, don't watch continue reading »

NFL Stunner:  Jets Win Against Patriots, New York Says Gracias to Quarterback Mark Sanchez

In the NFL upset of the year if not the decade, the New York Jets have defeated the New England Patriot, 28-21 in order to advance to the AFC Championship game against the Steelers. continue reading »

Ron Rivera is the new Head Coach of the Carolina Panthers

Ron Rivera, who was an assistant coach for more than ten years, and was turned down by eight different teams for the head coach position, was named the head coach of the Carolina Panthers – becoming the first Latino to lead a team in 16 years in the league since Tom Flores, who won two Super Bowls. Flores hasn't coached since 1994. continue reading »