Heisman Trophy finalists Ki-Jana Carter and Kerry Collins of Penn State, Rashaan Salaam of Colorado, Steve McNair of Alcorn State, and Warren Sapp of Miami pose together on the Staten Island Ferry on Dec. 10, 1994 in New York City. Heisman winner Rashaan Salaam was found dead in a park in Boulder, Colo., on Monday night. There were no signs of foul play. He was 42.  (John Iacono)

Why now?

A lot of people asked me in the last few years, “Hey Troph, why don’t you get a blog or at least a twitter?” My response had been that it’s hard to type when you are stiff arming someone with a football in the other hand. With the advent of Siri and my iPhone 4s (Steve Jobs rest in peace), I now have a cheap assistant who will do all the dirty work for me. I love it! I can’t wait to unleash all this dirt I’ve been storing up, Rashaan Salaam watch out.

BTW my twitter handle is @HeismanTroph 



Ex-Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam wrote a suicide note minutes before killing himself in suicide at Eben G. Fine Park in Boulder, Colorado last Monday Law enforcement sources tells us DDN Sports has learned.

We found out Rashaan wrote it on his own and sending a message to his family I want kill myself and saying good bye for good with a gun on his side.

Our sources say Salaam was sick of tired of black people getting killed by white police officers and also on his suicide note he believes president elect Donald Trump will continue that path by killing more black people during his term.

As we reported there were no obvious signs of foul play. An autopsy is scheduled to be performed. 


We’re told Rashaan family didn’t aware of Salaam was suicidal and they thought he was normal guy and he will help kids and people about playing football.