If you are looking for something to do this weekend, you might want to check out the movie Paul’s Promise. Ty Nsekhe the newly acquired offensive tackle the Los Angeles Rams is one of the executive producers, along with Hula Bowl owner Nick Logan and Little Caesars owner Mike Ilitch for the movie!
If you are looking for a good movie to watch this weekend, this is a great way to learn about a true story in Arkansas.
Set in the peak of the 1960s Civil Rights movement, “Paul’s Promise” is the inspiring true story of Paul Holderfield, former racist firefighter turned pastor who started one of the first integrated churches in the American South.
It’s one man’s journey to hope and healing during a troubled time in our Nation’s history that resulted in one man’s decision to serve God and stand up to injustice – a story that continues to make a huge impact on the community to this day.
The movie is going to be amazing, it star former Buffalo Bills safety and Superman Dean Cain. Ty Nsekhe has an amazing story himself and should have a movie about his life.
While preparing for the drop of his new release, he was signed by the Indianapolis Colts to their practice squad, and things moved quickly. He was not on the Colts roster a few days before the Rams signed him off the Colts PS to the active roster and in order to make room for him, they released edge rusher Takk McKinley, who was signed last month.
Nsekhe made 17 starts in his career, which dates back to 2012 when he came into the league with the Colts and had a brief stint with the Rams in St. Louis.