This year it is turning out to be a year to surely remember with all that has been happening, with the COVID-19 pandemic introducing the world into a new norm compared to our previous way of life.
Graveyards tend to be increasing across the world of people who succumbed to the coronavirus, with the rate becoming alarming with new increasing infection cases getting recorded. Saddening news of the frontline heroes dying while helping and treating those who test positive for the COVID-19.
Day to day news is getting reported in congestion to the COVID-19 pandemic trending in all headlines across the world with trials to find a cure are ongoing.
The NFL is adamant about seeing the 2020 season go on as scheduled by introducing new contingency plans working closely with the NFLPA and undying support from the franchise owners.
A few weeks earlier, the NFL and NFLPA agreed to a zero preseason in 2020 and went ahead to create the COVID-19 reserve list to enable the teams to quarantine their players who turn out to test positive for the COVID-19 or have to be in contact with a carrier of coronavirus.
And with news of opting-out deadline commencing with over 45 players opting-out of the 2020 season and players testing positive for the coronavirus and others signing new players like the Patriots.
On Tuesday, news of Hall Famer Deion Sanders officially leaving the NFL network after working with the network for over 14 years is trending with reports suggesting that he opted out of the network after his contract expired. He is one of the NFL network’s longest-tenured analysts.
Sanders hit the headlines earlier on when he criticized the players who were opting out amid the COVID-19 pandemic insisting that the game is more significant than anyone, and the game will go on without them.
In January, Sanders hinted that come 2021, he will be a head coach, and it is his greatest desire to coach. He is the father to Shilo, a cornerback at South Carolina and Shedeur Sanders, a quarterback at Florida Atlantic.
Deion Sanders was inducted to the Hall of Fame for the Pro football in 2011, and in his 53 career interceptions are tied for 24th most in NFL history. He is an 8-time Pro Bowler and won 2 Super Bowls with San Francisco 49ers.
Also, Sanders played 14 NFL seasons for different franchises, namely, San Francisco 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, Washington Football Team (formerly known as Washington Redskin), Dallas Cowboys, and Baltimore Ravens. In the NFL professional sports history, he is the only person to play in the World Series and the Super Bowl.
Now, Sanders dreams to coach seem alive than ever a desire he has repeatedly spoken publicly, and for years apart from being analyst, he served as the offensive coordinator of Trinity Christian School in Cedar Hill.
Let’s remember to stay safe by wearing a mask, keeping a distance, and sanitizing our hands.
Rachel Lott is a Reporter for Chroniclex After graduating from Cuyahoga Community College, Rachel got an internship at USA Evening and worked as a Reporter and Producer. Rachel has also worked as a Reporter for WKYC TV and Fox News Channel. Rachel Covers International Developments.