via:eurweb Ray Lewis is a legendary linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, says Black Christian News. He is considered to be one of the best linebackers of his era.  Lewis is also a follower of Jesus Christ, and his commitment to his faith was featured in a Sports Illustrated cover […]

By:  Brittney M. Walker via:eurwb A strong line up of recording artists will take the stage at the 2013 Super Bowl Gospel Celebration (SBGC) in New Orleans, says In addition to Kirk Franklin, who will host, Bishop Morton, Fantasia, Lecrae and Donnie McClurkin are slated to perform. The annual celebration is sanctioned by the NFL as one of several events that take place every year in […]

  via:christianpost   Some people are accusing the CBS television station of subtly mocking Christians in a new Super Bowl XLVII advertisement, which was broadcast several times during an AFC Wild Card playoff game on Sunday.  The ad features Neil Patrick Harris, an openly gay actor and star of the hit comedy series “How I […]


  via:eurweb   Webster” star Alex Karras, who began his career as a football star for the Detroit Lions, has died, the Associated Press reports. He was 77. Karras, who was suffering from kidney failure, died at home in Los Angeles surrounded by family members, including his wife, Susan Clark, the Canadian actress who also […]

  via:christianpost   A high school football team in Texas will no longer run through paper banners that reference the Bible as they take the field after the school district’s superintendent banned the use of religious messages on the banners. The school had received a complaint from a national atheist organization.  The Freedom From Religion […]

I’m a casual NFL fan. I’m a child of two cities, therefore I have a right to love two separate teams; the fact that one team belongs to the AFC and the other is aligned with the NFC completely justifies my inability to choose one over the other in my book. With that said, outside […]


  via:eurweb   A compelling story is emerging out of all the doubt surrounding American tennis.  A young African American female, by the name of Sloane Stephens, is quietly, but surely making major inroads into becoming, according to tennis legend John McEnroe, “the next American superstar.”  En route to taking out former French Open champion […]


  via:yahoo!sports   Kevin Martin doesn’t even remember Jeremy Lin being in training camp with the Houston Rockets last December. Seven months later, Lin is returning to Houston – and he’s a lot richer for it. Lin officially rejoined the Rockets Tuesday night after the New York Knicks declined to match the three-year, $25 million […]


    By Cameron Smith via: Yahoo! Prep Rally  Everyone is always looking for the next big thing, with an emphasis on recruiting getting younger and younger. With eighth-graders now landing full scholarship offers at major Division I programs, it’s only a matter of time before elementary schoolers are getting serious looks from colleges.  Well, […]

via: Hundreds of area youngsters ages six to 14 are competing for fun and glory in the 12th annual Hershey’s Track & Field Games. During the recent state qualifier, young athletes competed in such events as the standing broad jump, softball throw, 4 x 100-meter relay, 50-meter dash, and the 200, 400, 800 and […]