The inspirational story of Brian Banks return to football is coming to the small screen.
After serving five years in prison and having his rape conviction overturned with the help of the California Innocence Project, Brian Banks will work for the NFL front office.
CBS2’s Randy Paige sat down with Brian Banks, a football player imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit and exonerated years later. He was recently cut from the Atlanta Falcons but continues to amaze with his positive spirit and a comeback that transcends the football field.
Just weeks after his first NFL game, a former Long Beach high school football star who spent five years in prison for a rape he didn’t commit was cut Friday by the Atlanta Falcons.
A three-year investigation of Congresswoman Maxine Waters on possible ethics violations ended with the Los Angeles representative being cleared of any wrongdoing.
A high school football star exonerated of a rape conviction after serving five years in prison never gave up on his dream to play professionally. Next Wednesday, Brian Banks will get to step out onto a field as a linebacker for the Las Vegas Locomotives.
Brian Banks, a former Long Beach Poly High School football star falsely accused of rape, has been signed to a professional football team, CBS2 learned Tuesday.
Former Long Beach Polytechnic High School football star Brian Banks, who was exonerated of rape charges last week, has been contacted by six NFL teams for the chance to live out his dream.