When I started this blog back in 2013, I was so terribly excited to finally have a forum to put my thoughts about the NFL and other sports out there. It was amazing to be able to talk about sports in a setting that wasn’t just me ranting to friends who don’t follow sports and watching their eyes glaze over.
The fact that people who I’ve never met, never had any face-to-face interaction with found this blog and enjoyed what I had to say blew me away. I thank each and every one of you from the bottom of my heart for the continued support throughout the years.
Anyone who follows me on Facebook knows that I’ve been teasing a fairly big announcement for a few days now, and without further ado, that announcement is this: As of today, I’m a writer for NFL Spin Zone. For the foreseeable future, I will be suspending my NFL writing on this site, and instead, all of my thoughts about the Miami Dolphins, and the rest of the league can be found at www.nflspinzone.com. I will still be posting on here if I have an article pertaining to the other sports, and if Shane, or anyone else for that matter, approaches me with an NFL story, I’ll be more than happy to post it, but my time ranting about it on here has come to an end, for now.
For those of you who would like to continue to support me in this exciting new endeavor, be sure to like the “A Spoonful of Sports” page on Facebook and/or follow me on Twitter to keep yourself informed of the latest posts.
Again, I would like to thank each and every one of you for all the support you’ve given me throughout the years. If it weren’t for all of you, I wouldn’t have the opportunity I have today. Thank you all so much, and I hope you continue to enjoy what I have to say now that I’m with NFL Spin Zone.
Until I return, thank you for enjoying A Spoonful of Sports, and head over to NFL Spin Zone now to read my first article for them, another look at the Miami Dolphins options for the NFL Draft!
Welcome! My name is Chris Spooner. I am an overly-passionate Dolphins fan who has many opinions about his team, and the sports landscape as a whole. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoy voicing them.