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NFL trying to fix its lack of minority head coaches and general managers

Minority coaches

There are 32 head coaches in the NFL, but only four of them are a minority. Three are black (Mike Tomlin, Anthony Lynn and Brian Flores), while Ron Rivera is the lone Hispanic head coach. In order to fix this problem, changes are necessary. One change is already official. Rule …

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Possible NFL Expansion to 18 Games

Potential 18-Game Season Roger Goodell recently stated his desire to cut out some of the preseason games out of the schedule. Does this mean the NFL Commissioner is hinting at a possible extended regular season? It is definitely something worth considering. There are positives and negatives to an extended season …

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Tony Dungy Talks Super Bowl LIII

Tony Dungy was in Gainesville earlier this week to promote his new book, “The Soul of a Team”. While he was here, the Pro Football Hall of Famer appeared on “Sportscene with Steve Russell” to discuss the book, as well as share his thoughts about Sunday’s Super Bowl. Dungy’s Super …

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Legendary NFL coach Tony Dungy writes book with Gainesville author

Tony Dungy, legendary NFL coach and Super Bowl Champion, was in the Gainesville area Tuesday night for a book signing. The signing was to promote Dungy’s new book “The Soul of a Team”. The book that was published this month is co-authored by Nathan Whitaker, a Gainesville native. Very excited …

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Former NFL Linebacker Kevin Greene Excited about Hall of Fame Induction

Kevin Greene, the former NFL linebacker who played in the league for 15 years, joined Steve Russell on Sportscene earlier this summer to talk about his upcoming induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Greene waited for years to be chosen for induction, despite ranking third all-time in the NFL in …

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