Alfonso Cueto, 30, who works in sales for ESPN Latin America, agrees.
The son of Cuban immigrants, he
grew up playing basketball but was always a football fan, in part because of how big the sport is in Miami, where the Dolphins and the University of Miami Hurricanes
dominate the sports landscape.
"It's a football town here," Cueto
said it's important for the league to recognize the distinctions between Hispanic groups in the U.S. Second-generation Americans like himself might want to read about other Hispanics in the league but prefer to do so in English.