The evolution of black quarterbacks
Three legendary QBs discuss their journey
The first wave of successful black quarterbacks gave this entire generation of stars the role models they needed – but few know the actual struggles that these legends had to overcome behind the scenes. In conversations with The Undefeated’s senior NFL writer Jason Reid, these legends discuss their journey and how they each played a unique part of the evolution: Warren Moon going from undrafted to the Hall of Fame, Randall Cunningham being able to embrace his athletic style and Donovan McNabb on the 1999 draft class that saw three players drafted in top 10.
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The Orlando Magic guard shares his daily routine during the coronavirus pandemic
We could’ve had two black coaches in the Final Four
Leonard Hamilton and Anthony Grant believe there are lessons that the Florida State and Dayton programs can build on for the future.
Gold medalist Michelle Carter on postponed Olympics
The Olympic shot putter, known as ‘shot diva,’ shares her mindset