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Deshaun Watson and the NFL’s disdain for accountability

Anya Marquardt September 1, 2022
The NFL cannot try to craft the narrative that they stand up for women when they have fostered a culture that allows for short suspensions and a lack of acknowledgement.
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All for one and PEDs for all

All for one and PEDs for all

Nick Zararis January 28, 2016
If you’re going to dope these guys up to the point where they can’t feel their faces in order to get them back in the game, isn’t that a performance enhancing drug?
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NCAA shows inconsistency, misjudgment again with Fournette

NCAA shows inconsistency, misjudgment again with Fournette

Nick Zararis October 29, 2015
For a week in 2005, LSU football star Leonard Fournette’s family had to live on a bridge because of the flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina.
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The NFL boneheads are going up against “Ironhead”

Cameron Boon October 26, 2015
At the next owners’ meeting, can somebody please smack Roger Goodell upside the head?
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In 2010, the San Francisco 49ers played the Denver Broncos at Londons famous Wembley Stadium. The NFL has been playing there since 2007 and plans on moving a team abroad within the next couple of years. PHOTO CREDIT: VTRAVELLED.COM

Whether or not it wants it, the UK is getting more football

Nick Zararis October 13, 2015
The next step for evil mastermind Roger Goodell after exhibitions would be a full time franchise in London to make one poor division the unluckiest in professional sports.
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NFL’s neglect regarding concussion problems is giving me a headache

Cameron Boon September 24, 2015
Brain injuries in football are drawing more attention by the day. Not because there are measures in place to prevent them, but because they are becoming more prevalent.
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Tom Brady, above, a three-time Super Bowl MVP, has led the Patriots since 2001. Since then, the team has won four championships and been through two major scandals.

Dear Patriots, I’m (almost) breaking up with you

Christopher Leelum September 15, 2015
A damning report by ESPN’s “Outside the Lines” was released last Tuesday in which every Patriot-hater was given the greatest amount of ammunition behind the accusations.
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