I guess my desire to become a sportswriter came in part from being a frustrated sports fan in Philadelphia. I was 12 years old when the 76’ers paraded down Broad St. in 1983, it seems like a lifetime ago. For those that were not born yet it is. As far as my love for sports, football is my first love, but I follow all sports at some point during their respective seasons. I am also a huge boxing fan and thanks to my four year-old son, I’m paying more attention to the professional tennis scene.

The Brother Report was created to give readers the opportunity to read and comment on topics that directly effect the Black Athlete in America, and therefore us as a people. This page isn’t limited to only us but there are few outlets where the Black sportsfan is allowed to vent his/her frustration. Too many times the facts are not fully presented or presented in a way that discredits the individual and causes a rush to judgement in many cases.
Men’s Fragrances from Palm Beach Jewelry
I’m not here to change the game, only to level the playing field.


2 Responses to “About Ron Glover and The Brother Report”


  1. October 9, 2008 at 11:36 am

    hi mr. glover,

    can you please write an article about this petition to fire andy reid and the diehard fans of philadelphia’s attempt to drum up support for his ouster through this petition?
    http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/fire-andy-reid.html

    thanks

  2. 2 thebrotherreport
    October 11, 2008 at 7:48 pm

    Link here this is a piece that I wrote after the Redskins loss.
    http://thestartingfive.net/2008/10/06/time-for-big-red-to-feel-the-heat/


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