Tag Archives: NFL

Hoops Exchange 3 – A trip to the Grid Iron

Part 3 of my Hoops Exchange series has us taking a quick detour to the NFL. With the Super Bowl approaching in a few days, I made the comment that it might be the last football I ever watch. My good friend, The Journalista asked me why. Read below to see my answer.

Lamont Peoples: Watched League of Denial on Netflix last night.  Think I’m done with the NFL after the Superbowl.

The Journalista:  What is it about, and why does it make you not want to follow the NFL anymore? Continue reading

Episode 149 – History and Controversy

Your friendly Peoples’ Court members jumped right into a few controversial topics including Jason Collins’ historic season debut, Raymond Felton’s arrest and how should coaches manage a player’s personal issues, and the NFL’s proposed penalty regarding a racial slur. We even talked some basketball with a few playoff teams making last-minute roster additions to, hopefully, improve their chances. Enjoy.

Episode Breakdown

  • 00:00 – Intro
  • 02:35 – Jason Collins makes history
  • 09:20 – Contract buyouts
  • 38:45 – Raymond Felton arrested for firearm possession
  • 47:32 – Performances and Embarrassments Of The Week

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