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NFL Quality Lost in Political Correctness

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The National Football League regular season ended Sunday …

If you were interested in the social ramifications of the murder-suicide by Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher (none), the continued debate over concussions (point taken), a possible rule change to dilute a game already too diluted (terrible idea), and this amorphous thing called the NFL culture,  in which players act violent off the field because they are Read Full Article »

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