New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson said Tuesday on Fox & Friends that a new Gillette ad targeting toxic masculinity could lead to positive change.
New Orleans Saints tight end Benjamin Watson said Monday on "The Ingraham Angle" that NFL players are "poised to make a difference" in the areas of criminal and social justice.
Benjamin Watson, a tight end for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens, said in the aftermath of the Florida school shooting that we must take "an honest assessment of our culture in its totality."
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson joined "Fox & Friends" to discuss the protests targeting new Education Secretary Betsy DeVos.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson spoke at the 44th annual March for Life today, calling for Americans to unite to end the "unthinkable practice" of abortion.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson said on "The Kelly File" tonight that the police shootings of black men in Tulsa and Charlotte give us an opportunity to openly discuss the issue of policing and race in America.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson is criticizing black support of Planned Parenthood, saying the abortion provider was founded to "exterminate blacks."
Baltimore Ravens tight end and author Benjamin Watson joined The Kelly File to talk about race, saying that young black men come to learn that "life is a little bit different" for them.
The NFL star penned an emotional Facebook post last November in response to the controversial Ferguson decision, describing racial tension as a “sin problem,” not a “skin problem.”
Former West Point quarterback Trent Steelman postponed his dream of playing in the NFL to serve his country.
NFL player Benjamin Watson made headlines across the country last year when he wrote an essay on the Ferguson decision. Now, the New Orleans Saints tight end has gone viral again after posting his thoughts on the situation in Baltimore.
An NFL star’s Facebook post on the persecution of Christians is going viral.