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Sydney Speaks! They see no color

Ray Rhodes struggled in Green Bay but got a chance

Former Packers fullback and assistant coach Harry Sydney applauds the Green Bay Packers organization for its efforts as a leader among NFL teams in promoting minority coaches.

This should be a proud time in our lives as Americans because the Super Bowl has taken shape and we have, for the first time, two African American coaches taking center stage. These two men represent what every man should be about, and that is integrity and respect for themselves and the game they love. This is for every man that wants an opportunity to show what he can do, but unfortunately hasn...

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