Category: Domonique Foxworth

Domonique Foxworth on Homosexuality in the NFL and the “Inevitability” that Someone Comes Out

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Earlier this week, CBSSports.com's Michael Freeman reported that a gay NFL football player is "strongly considering" making his sexual orientation public in the near future. But only a couple months ago, a starter on a Super Bowl team said he wouldn't accept an openly gay teammate. NFLPA president Domonique Foxworth has ...

Chris Kluwe on Homophobia in the NFL: “You’re Talking About a Problem Here that is Not Going to Change Overnight.”

Monday, March 4th, 2013

Brendon Ayanbadejo. Scott Fujita. Connor Barwin. Domonique Foxworth. These NFL players have come out and tried to tackle the issue of homophobia in the NFL. The NFLPA is trying to do more to end homophobia in the NFL after Michigan standout Denard Robinson said he was asked about girls at the ...

Domonique Foxworth Goes to Bat for Diversity as the New President of the NFLPA

Friday, March 1st, 2013

I'm really impressed with the following interview of Domonique Foxworth. Elected the president of the NFLPA last year, Foxworth is not afraid to speak his mind about the current issues for players in the NFL, including the latest CBA, player safety and, more recently, the discussion about diversity in the ...

NFLPA President Domonique Foxworth on the Union’s Lawsuit Against the League and Other Major Issues

Friday, May 25th, 2012

It's been a tough spring for the NFL. The bounty scandal isn't going anywhere, Junior Seau's dead, concerns regarding player safety have reached an unprecedented level and now the league is being sued by its players association for allegedly colluding to limit salaries during the final year of the old ...

Domonique Foxworth is Sick of Playing Whack-A-Mole in Labor Negotiations

Monday, February 14th, 2011

We may never fully understand what's going on, or more importantly what's not going on, behind the closed doors of the NFL's labor negotiations. At the forefront, it appears the two sides are disagreeing on a potential 18-game schedule, player safety and basically just how to divide the substantial amount ...