The MFL is here — are you ready? This is your chance to be a part of the only professional Minor Football League in America. Don’t miss out on sports talk from host Richard Myles Sr., industry veterans, and co-host Gary “Digital” Williams.
Host Richard Myles Sr.
Richard Myles Sr. is the CEO/Chairman and Founder of the Minor Football League (MFL). An entrepreneur and businessman, he founded the MFL in 1993 to serve youth in the Washington, DC-metropolitan area. The MFL was established to provide a platform for athletic participation, training, and skills development outside of the college or professional sports arena. Recognizing the importance of community and partnership, the organization requires each MFL member team to be involved in the community where it is based. An NFL veteran and sociology major who graduated from Arizona State University, Mr. Myles has used his professional and academic experience to develop and implement drug prevention, violence reduction, and conflict resolution programs. An advocate for youth, he volunteers with a number of children’s programs and has sponsored and coached teams in the Special Olympics. He has also supported programs for the Maryland National Parks and Planning Commission, supporting a variety of programs in various recreational youth centers
Co-Host Gary “Digital” Williams
Gary “Digital” Williams has covered the boxing scene in the Washington, DC/Baltimore/Northern Virginia area for 34 years. Gary was inducted into the Washington, DC Boxing Hall of Fame in November 2009. He is also a feature writer for Fightnews.com. Previously, Gary was the play-by-play announcer on the TV series “Boxing Spotlight,” which highlighted pro boxing along the beltway. He has also appeared on numerous radio stations across the country talking about the sport. You can hear his audio commentaries, interviews, and play-by-play calls by downloading the free Boxing Along The Beltway Google App for Android. He’s also proud to say that he is in his 24th year serving as the public address announcer for Coppin State University’s Men’s and Women’s Basketball. He also covers boxing and the Washington pro football team for the Washington Informer.