Ben Roethlisberger

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  • NFL Hiring Practices

    Often it is the minority athlete who is spoken of negatively in the news or on social media. “More than likely the images and names conjured up when speaking of athletes in trouble are of Blacks and other athletes of color, not the Tom Bradys, Ben Roethlisberger 's of the athletic world who work alongside the Black standouts” (Muhammad, 2009)Dr. Richard Lapchick, Director of the Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sports at the University of Central states presents the media has produced two…

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  • Snow Day Advertisement Analysis

    This advertisement is compiled with many athletes that are affiliated with Nike including Rob Gronkowski, Ndamukong Suh, LeSean McCoy, Luke Kuechly, Odell Beckham Jr., Ben Roethlisberger, Paul George, Paula Findlay, Antonio Brown, Marlen Esparza, Eric Weddle, Lauren Fisher, Marcus Mariota, Sydney Leroux, Le’Veon Bell, Draymond Green, Eugenie Bouchard, Steven Stamkos, Elena Delle Donne, A. J. Green, Carli Lloyd. With this monstrosity…

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  • Nike Pyramid Of Influence Analysis

    Nike is the leading brand for athletic apparel and footwear in the world. Nike’s core marketing strategy is to use the “pyramid of influence” approach. In that approach, Nike looks to small number of top athletes to promote the use of their product. In the early years, running legend and international track star, Steve Prefontaine, became the first spokesman. Nike was fortunate to contract another athletic legend, Michael Jordan, as a spokesperson. Nike took a gamble with Jordan, but the…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Football

    be awesome if you made over $21,000,000 last year, lived in a mansion, and owned your dream car? In reality, that probably will not happen, and yet there are people who get paid that much, and live that life, just for playing a game. In 2015, Ben Roethlisberger, quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League, made $21,850,000 last year (Forbes list of highest paid athletes). The average NFL player gets paid $2,000,000 per year ( The average…

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  • Perks Of Being A Football Player

    There are many perks of being a football player and one of them is money. The NFL has changed lives with the amount they pay their players. The average NFL player makes 2 million per year while that may seem like a lot, the elite players like Ben Roethlisberger who ”made 49 million last year.” If I can develop into the top defensive tackle in the league my financial situation will be good for the rest of my life. Managing the money thou will be important, because according to Forbes magazine…

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  • Why Do Sports Cause Intellectualism?

    scholarship as well, but he found out he had a heart condition and couldn’t play. Scouts saw Nathan and Lucas play in their high school games and they recruited them. Later on in the show, Nathan began to play for the NBA and Lucas became a high school basketball coach. Another way One Tree Hill displays a positive effect is scholarships. College is expensive and hard to get in to. With a scholarship, they can get into college for less money and play the sport the love for even longer. After…

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