Ben Boulware experiences brutal nature of the NFL
Life in the NFL is tough. It’s even worse when you are an undrafted rookie.
Former Clemson linebacker Ben Boulware learned the uncertainly of his profession the hard way, when he was released from the San Francisco 49ers practice squad on Tuesday.
“But life goes on,” Boulware tweeted. “Thankful for the lessons about Cheap Zach Parise Jerseys life the Lord is teaching me everyday. God is still God and God is still good! And I know 100% that I can play and succeed in this league. Just awaiting the right team to believe in me and give me an opportunity. This is nothing new to me. I’ve been doubted my entire life. All I know is work. If I control the input and not the output, doors will open.”
To some, the implication of Webb’s remarks is that with their move from Oakland to Vegas, the Raiders are trying to distance themselves from the outlaw image of their some of their fans, such as those who dress like creatures and pirates in the “Black Hole” section of Oakland Alameda County Coliseum.
“Instead of trying to push some Raiders fans away, maybe the focus should be on uniting Raider Nation, which is completely fractured from this move to Vegas,” Raider fan Omar Frias Echl Cheap Jerseys wrote in an email to the Review-Journal.
Other Raiders fans, however, would welcome a cultural shift.
“I’ve been a season ticket holder for years and I have to tell you I am not fond of the experience that Oakland brings for family,” Raiders fan Ed Marshall said in a tweet to the Review-Journal. “And now that my 4-year-old son has to frequent the restrooms, there is simply no way I will take him to a game in Oakland. What I have seen in those bathrooms is beyond disturbing and disgusting. The NFL would be ashamed if video evidence of such things ever got out.”