There is quite the class for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame for 2021 with big names all over the place. One of those big names is former East Ascension and LSU superstar defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey.
Former LSU star running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire will be looking to build on his explosive NFL debut when the Kansas City Chiefs travel to Southern California to take on the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 2.
The move by the reigning Super Bowl champions has pleased Native Americans as a good first step, but frustrated some of the 17,000 fans who will be in the stands as the team becomes the first to take the field in front of a crowd during the coronavirus pandemic.
Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney has finally found a team, despite a last ditch effort by the New Orleans Saints. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport the former South Carolina Gamecock will sign a 1-year deal with the Tennessee Titans worth more than $12 million.
Star running back Leonard Fournette may have moved on to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers but there’s still a very strong LSU presence in Jacksonville in the form of wide receiver DJ Chark and linebacker K'Lavon Chaisson.
Washington Football Team wide receiver Trey Quinn wanted to use his connections as a professional football player to aid his hometown of Lake Charles, Louisiana, in the aftermath of Hurricane Laura. Quinn elected to use GoFundMe while teaming up with the United Way.
The Saints practiced Thursday at the team facility with a unified showing of support for Jacob Blake, the Wisconsin man shot by police. Each player’s helmet is normally adorned with their name on a strip of tape but instead, each helmet featured Blake’s name.
Several NFL teams called off practice Thursday, August 27, in a way of speaking out about the shooting of a Black man by police in Wisconsin but the New Orleans Saints took a different approach in making a statement.
Dementia tests in the NFL concussion litigation allow doctors to use different baseline standards for Black and white retired players, making it more difficult for Blacks to show injury and qualify for awards, lawyers for two ex-players argued in court filings Tuesday.