NCAA Allows Athletes to Profit Off Likeness

The NCAA voted to unanimously allow athletes to profit off of their likeness. Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson, two current athletes, react to the news.

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The NCAA voted to unanimously allow athletes to profit off of their likeness. Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson, two current athletes, react to the news.

The NCAA voted to unanimously allow athletes to profit off of their likeness. Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson, two current athletes, react to the news.

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Joe DeLeone and Sean Anderson

Joe DeLeone
Hailing from New Jersey, Joe DeLeone spent the last three season’s serving as the University of Rhode Island’s starting long snapper. Playing in the CAA is no easy task, considering it’s the toughest conference at the Division I FCS level.

Before he came to URI, Joe knew he wanted to make a name for himself in the sports media world. His love for football brought him to Rhode Island, and now it leads him down a different path covering the FCS.

Sean Anderson
As a third-generation Division 1 football player, Sean Anderson is pursuing a career in sports media. Sean has been an offensive tackle for the University of Rhode Island, where he has gained broadcasting experience appearing on-air for WRIU. From his days in the trenches, Sean incorporates his deep knowledge for the game into his analysis for his listeners. While Kingston Rhode Island is where he calls home now, Sean is originally from Alexandria, Virginia.