Grand Rapids’ Kavon Frazier finds new NFL home
Six-year National Football League veteran Kavon Frazier will now call Cincinnati home. Frazier, a Grand Rapids Christian High School graduate, announced this week that he has signed with the Bengals on his Twitter account. Dallas drafted Frazier in the sixth round out of Central Michigan University in the 2016 NFL Draft. He has mostly contributed on special teams throughout his career. Frazier has 73 tackles in 59 career games.mlive.com
NFL players concerned, 'sick and tired' of racial injustice
Guys are sick and tired of being sick and tired, McDougald said Wednesday during a video conference call. Within the confines of the team's facility, McDougald is a respected pro football player whose main concern is stopping the offense. Guys are sick and tired of being sick and tired, McDougald said Wednesday during a video conference call. Or, the countless other Black men and women who have been victims of police brutality or social injustice. And Im going to deal with it for the rest of my life, and my kids are going to deal with it."