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With just three Black head coaches among 32 teams, ‘it’s also fair to say that the league is at a bit of a crossroads now’
The offensive coordinator’s firing is not just Tampa Bay lacking the right parts. It’s another blow for diversity in football operations at the club level.
The journeyman quarterback and the second-time head coach are Black men with a new lease on their respective NFL careers in Seattle and Tampa Bay
After a rough tenure with the Jets, Bowles is getting a better opportunity with the Buccaneers, something Black coaches aren’t afforded very often
Several are receiving consideration for head-coaching openings. When the season is over, will any end up with top coaching jobs?
The Undefeated’s culture and sports writer Justin Tinsley joins the show with a surprise pick for the Black quarterback under the most pressure
Tampa Bay’s Black coordinators played major roles in defeating the vaunted Chiefs on the game’s biggest stage. NFL owners, are you paying attention?
2018 season ends with five African-American coaches out of jobs
How will they survive and thrive in the 21st century?