A "generic" late-round OL from a big college wrote a book about his trials and travails in the NFL. I've read (listened to on 'audiobook') about all of this now and have found it very enjoyable. It's not some tell-all where all our forum readers have their suspicions confirmed. It's a story of his 2014 season as a non-racist White marginal lineman mixed with some of his background and locker room interaction. There is no great 'scandal' or catharsis, save maybe the Michael Sam fiasco where the author says the disgust was completely league-wide. The teams generally held a "sensitivity" where the coaches were visibly asleep, literally, but mostly telling them to never say something bad, as a rule. With regard to race, the author doesn't take any aggressive stance or dish any good dirt. He says openly and early that the skill players are exclusively black, like it's a fact. He has an anecdote about a team cafeteria confrontation where he gets called out for walking past the black table to go to the white table.... it's typical TNB bored racial ********, but the author knows (through conditioning over so many years) the correct response which is to laugh and invite them to "the Klan"... to me he doesn't really realize how he is diffusing functioning emotional-level children (as we all must who deal with them).