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By Jesus Coronel Riverside City College sports are returning to a normal schedule starting Aug. 26. Athletes will be pleased to know that they can finally play sports in-person once again, enjoy their love for the game and work toward an opportunity to play at a four-year university. RCC Athletic Director Payton Williams, in an
By Jesus Coronel The duel between the Las Vegas Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs came to a halt with a game-ending interception in the final minute of the game, handing the Chiefs a last-minute comeback win Nov. 22. With six minutes left in the fourth quarter, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes connected with running back Le’Veon
By Daniela Ramirez The Kansas City Chiefs’ big win against the Houston Texans was not only a win for the team, but a win for America before the ball was even kicked off. Two of the best teams in the NFL took a leap of faith Sept. 10 and showed their support of the Black
By Jair Ramirez After a month and a half without any sports, the NFL Draft will take place Apr. 23-25. But it won’t be your typical NFL draft due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year the NFL will be having a virtual draft. The NFL Draft was supposed to take place in Las Vegas. NFL
Three former Riverside City College football players are going to the NFL.
Despite all athletes going undrafted in the National Football League’s most recent draft, alumni Isaac Whitney, Skyler Howard and Ryan Navarro were picked up by pro teams following the draft and will look to compete in the 2017 NFL season.
Former Riverside City College football player Zaire Anderson has signed with the Denver Broncos as an undrafted rookie, according to ESPN. He will enter the NFL as a linebacker.