Black History Month
'Breaking Ground': Doug Williams on how he overcame the perception that Black QBs couldn't navigate the NFL
Former NFL quarterback Doug Williams shares his experience playing in the league and overcoming adversity during a tumultuous era.
Black History Moment: Thomas 'Fats' Waller
Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller tells the story of his great grandfather, Thomas "Fats" Waller.
Black History Moment: Kamala Harris
Tennessee Titans safety Kevin Byard shares the impact of Vice President Kamala Harris as the first female and Black V.P. in U.S. history in this Black History Moment.
Black History Moment: Art Shell
Hall of Fame linebacker Mike Singletary tells the story of Art Shell, who became the second Black head coach in NFL history when the Raiders hired him in 1989.
Black History Moment: Bernard Garrett Sr. and Joe Morris
Miami Dolphins cornerback Byron Jones tells the story of Bernard Garrett Sr. and Joe Morris, who fought redlining policies in the 1950s and '60s.
NFL Roundtable: Vick tells his story of being a Black QB in the NFL
Michael Vick sits down with Doug Williams and Warren Moon for an in-depth look at how he started his young football career at quarterback and carried that on to play QB in college football and the NFL.
Four NFL legends detail their journeys as a Black QB
Four NFL legends -- Michael Vick, Warren Moon, Doug Williams and James Harris -- detail their journeys as a Black QB in the NFL.
NFL 360: Vick looks back at evolution of Black QBs in the NFL
Michael Vick reflects on pioneers in the NFL at the quarterback position, including Doug Williams and Warren Moon, and speaks to his own impact on modern era QBs, including Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson.
NFL 360: How Black QBs have used their platforms to spark change
Wayne Brady, Jemele Hill, Rev. Al Sharpton and Anthony Anderson discuss the opportunity and responsibility for Black quarterbacks in the NFL to speak out and affect change, especially given the social injustices that we saw in 2020. And current star quarterbacks Russell Wilson and Patrick Mahomes share what giving back and spreading awareness about racial equity means to them.
NFL 360: How young Black QBs impact today's NFL game
John Legend, Snoop Dogg, the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Cedric the Entertainer celebrate a generation of young Black quarterbacks, including Patrick Mahomes, Deshaun Watson, Dak Prescott, Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson, who are dominating on the game's biggest stage.
NFL 360: Doug Williams' influence on the NFL
Hall of Fame quarterback Doug Williams' influence on the NFL.
NFL 360: How Black QBs have changed the game, by Patrick Claybon
NFL Network's Patrick Claybon discusses how Black quarterbacks have changed the game in the NFL.
Black History Moment: Doug Williams on legacy of Tony Dungy
Listen to Doug Williams dicuss the legacy of Tony Dungy.
Black History Month: Remembering 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham
Arizona Cardinals offensive tackle Kelvin Beachum shares the story of the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama.
Black History Moment: Colin Kaepernick
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Arik Armstead reflects on the legacy of former NFL quarterback and activist Colin Kaepernick in this Black History Moment.
Black History Moments: Muhammad Ali
Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson discusses how Muhammad Ali paved the way for African American athletes to speak out.
Black History Moment: Selma
Detroit Lions defensive end Trey Flowers tells the story of the Selma marches and Bloody Sunday.
Black History Moment: Tommie Smith
Houston Texans safety Justin Reid tells the story of Olympic track and field athlete Tommie Smith.
Black History Moment: Little Rock Nine
Philadelphia Eagles safety Rodney McLeod shares a story of the Little Rock Nine who were a group of nine African American students who made national headlines when they integrated Little Rock Central High School. They were fighting to receive the same education as their white counterparts.
Black History Moment: Freedom Riders
Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Chris Conley has long been passionate about voting rights in this country. Mostly because the fight for this cause has been something his family has been a part of for decades. Conley's aunts were freedom riders in the 60s pushing for voting rights and equal opportunities for Black Americans. In today's Black History Moment, Conley tells us more about Freedom Riders and their contribution to American History.
'Who Are We?' Nate Burleson narrates stories behind 2020 season
'Who Are We?' NFL Network's Nate Burleson narrates the stories behind the 2020 NFL season as NFL 360 looks back upon a year of change.
Black History Moment: Dr. Alexa Canady
New Orleans Saints defensive end Cam Jordan shares today's Black History Moment with the story of Dr. Alexa Canady.
Black History Moments: Barack Obama
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett talks about the importance and inspiration of Barack Obama becoming the first Black President of the United States.
Black History Moments: Harry Carson and HBCUs
Hall of Famer and former linebacker for the New York Giants Harry Carson highlights the importance of Historically Black Colleges. Carson explains how HBCUs function to provide equal learning opportunities, and a sense of unity for the Black community.
Black History Moments: Heman Marion Sweatt
Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Kelvin Beachum shares the story of Heman Marion Sweatt, who was a civil rights activist in the 40s and 50s. After being rejected from The University of Texas Law School for the color of his skin, Sweatt challenged the "separate but equal" doctrine in the court case _Sweatt V. Painter,_which granted the right to equal educational opportunities.
Black History Moments: Tony Dungy
Tony Dungy made Black history by becoming the first African American NFL head coach to win the Super Bowl. He blazed a trail for the Black coaches that came after him and was a shining example of the potential for Black leadership in the NFL. Watch as Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines shares his Black history moment on Tony Dungy.