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When to Defend and When Not to Defend the NFL

On general principles, it’s awfully hard to defend the NFL on most issues. The “Take-A-Knee” controversy is very easy to defend: NFL players have a first amendment right to free speech and kneeling or taking other postures during the playing … Continue reading

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Debut Week for the LA Rams – Expect Very Little

After the NFL abandoned Los Angeles following the 1994 season, with both the Anaheim Rams and the Los Angeles Raiders leaving Southern California for other, not necessarily greener, pastures, this area slowly became a football wasteland, with interest, at least … Continue reading

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Mike Williams Fine Clearly Demonstrates NFL Priorities

At a time when the commissioner of the NFL is the laughingstock of not just the sports world, but throughout a large segment of the non-sports world as well, where the NFL’s long-standing avoidance of any semblance of a true … Continue reading

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