Hill joined me on this week's SI Media Podcast to discuss how this all came together and clear up two important narratives about Kaepernick. According to Hill, Kaepernick definitely wants to play football again, and he has never said he'd come back only as a starting quarterback. Hill also said that Kaepernick reached out to get her side of her exit from ESPN before he agreed to get into business with the network.
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Litke and There have been speaking engagements, writing for The Atlantic and starting to set up her own production company. What Hill hasn't done is appear on television. But that changes on Saturday when Hill debuts as the narrator for the Showtime documentary series "Shut Up and Dribble. They are working with Athlete Ally, a nonprofit founded by former college wrestler Hudson Taylor. On Saturday, Athlete Ally is celebrating the year-old King for her efforts to win respect and equal rights for athletes.
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For those who strive to be more than average, discomfort is a source of strength. Conservatives blasted the NBA for giving in to China. But no such outrage greets the golfers playing in an upcoming Saudi tournament. The presidential candidate Cory Booker, a former Stanford athlete, thinks big-name college sports have gone awry—and he wants Congress to step in. Pro basketball was a progressive beacon, allowing players and coaches to speak their mind freely. And then China got involved. With intercollegiate athletics under intense scrutiny, the basketball phenom Josh Christopher considers taking his talents to a historically black school. Pro football can look past allegations of predatory behavior toward women, but making the NFL look bad is a different story. They attract money and attention to the predominantly white universities that showcase them, while HBCUs struggle. What would happen if they collectively decided to go to black schools?
She worked nearly 12 years for sports conglomerate ESPN. She wrote a column for ESPN. She joined The Atlantic in October Hill was born in Detroit on December 21,  From to , she served as a sports writer with the Detroit Free Press , mainly covering Michigan State football and basketball.