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Venus And Serena Williams Made 'Miami Dolphins History' As Minority Owners In 2009 — Today, The Team's Said To Be Worth $4.6B

While Venus and Serena Williams have made sports history on the tennis court, they’ve also made history beyond it. AfroTech previously reported the sisters were the first Black women to become minority investors in an NFL team after securing a stake in the Miami Dolphins.

Samantha Dorisca

Jun 1, 2023

Rick Ross Expresses Interest In The 76ers After Michael Rubin Announces He's Selling His Minority Stake: 'I'll Buy His 10%'

Rick Ross is still aiming to accomplish his goal of becoming an owner of a pro sports team. Just a few weeks ago, Rozay expressed interest in purchasing a five percent stake in the Miami Dolphins. Should @MiamiDolphins sell me 5% stake in the organization? If so,what would the upside be for both sides or vice versa?? — Yung Rénzél 👑 (@RickRoss) June 6, 2022 Now, Ross has made it known that he wants dibs on purchasing a ten percent ownership stake in the Philadelphia 76ers in a comment via Instagram that read, “I’ll buy his 10% lol.” View this post on Instagram A post shared by 2Cool2Blog (@2cool2bl0g)

Samantha Dorisca

Jun 23, 2022

Former Miami Dolphins Coach Brian Flores Files Lawsuit Against The NFL, Teams For Alleged 'Racism In Hiring'

Is this how we’re kicking off Black History Month? Former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores will officially sue the National Football League (NFL) for “racism in hiring” per reports from ESPN. He will also sue individual teams for the same alleged racist practices, which include the Denver Broncos, the New York Giants, and the Dolphins. “God has gifted me with a special talent to coach the game of football, but the need for change is bigger than my personal goals,” said Flores in a statement surrounding the news. “In making the decision to file the class action complaint today, I understand that I may be risking coaching the game that I love and that has done so much for my family and me. My sincere hope is that by standing up against systemic racism in the NFL, others will join me to ensure that positive change is made for generations to come.”

Shanique Yates

Feb 2, 2022