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NFL Should Throw Flag at Papa John's Plans

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Like most Americans, I’m a big fan of the NFL.

 

I admire the hard working players who go out there and play hard each and every week during the season—giving up their bodies and their talent in an effort to deliver their best for the hometown crowd along with the working-class fan base that has made the NFL what it is today.

 

That is why I find it so upsetting that Papa John’s—the pizza company that will soon provide many of its employees with far more time to watch football thanks to a plan to reduce employee work hours in the effort to avoid the company’s responsibilities under the Affordable Care Act—is the official pizza sponsor of the NFL.

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