How a half-Black, half-Chamorro football player discovered the Jewish community—and what it can learn from him
Now it’s time for us to follow his example and stand up for others
The scattering of African-Americans named Cohen in the NFL is just the tip of a deeper American Cohen tale
Judging a rich man’s sins, in a world that thrives on outrage, humiliation, and fake virtue
The great NFL quarterback Sid Luckman had a secret: his father’s ties to the Jewish mob
Instead of ‘Jews are weaklings with allergies,’ say ‘I’m concerned about his durability,’ and other helpful tips
What the NFL’s protesters can learn from the ancient ‘aleinu’ prayer.
As the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots visit Donald Trump’s White House today, the Pro Football Hall of Fame lineman remembers the character traits he learned from his leader
Five out of an original 11 active NFL players are currently in Israel, enjoying a boat ride on the Sea of Galilee
A group of 12 players, including World Champion New England Patriot Martellus Bennett, will be visiting the Holy Land in February. Some of them will be baptized by the banks of the Jordan River.
Know when to fold ’em
The 1966 Pro Bowl Halftime Show was… something else
While at Harvard, Arnold and Ralph Horween won the Rose Bowl in 1920, then played professionally. Today, the Horweens are known for the unique leather the family company supplies for game balls.
In an excerpt from ‘Eat My Schwartz,’ the first pair of Jewish brothers to play in the NFL since 1923 talk about Jewish stereotypes, appreciating Passover, and their addiction to latkes
Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz showed some spekticism when he was asked if he’d like to play alongside his brother Mitchell
It’s like Rosh Hashanah for football fans. Or is it like Passover? Whatever it is, it’s something familiar for Jews.
In his return from injury, Julian Edelman felt the magic of Hanukkah, then tore up his opponent
God, money, God, money, God, money, God, money, and Tostitos