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Be Wary of NFL Even If Kaepernick Is Signed

In this week’s saga of Colin Kaepernick who peacefully and quietly took a knee during the national anthem, the Ravens considered signing him since their starting QB, Flacco is injured. Even if Kaepernick is signed it doesn’t mean that the … Continue reading

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Failure is *45’s Trademark

So much for all that winning that *45 was going to bring. No one can sell bullshit like he can. Continue reading

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Vick to Kaep: “You betta cut it.”

I must have awakened Michael Vick by mentioning him in my last post. Unfortunately, I wish he would have stayed asleep or at least quiet. Vick is catching volcano lava heat for suggesting that Kaepernick should cut his hair to … Continue reading

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Leaders Take Care of Good Employees, Managers Don’t

“If a guy underperforms, you get rid of him. If a guy overperforms, you take care of  him.” – Antonio Brown of the Pittsburgh Steelers I cannot agree more with this quote from Antonio Brown. When I was in management, … Continue reading

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Pink: The Official Color of the NFL

As most NFL fans have noticed, it’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. (Your Twitter or Facebook feed may also bear witness.) The time of the year where it’s ok for big, strong, striking men to wear pink. The NFL has had … Continue reading

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Will Politics Imitate Sports? Again?

The NFL just announced that Sarah Thomas will become the first female referee in league history. Sarah, a fellow Mississippian, has worked her way up through the ranks, officiating NCAA games including bowl games. As a female football fan this … Continue reading

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When doing a good job is enough

Last year it was reported that Pam Oliver would no longer be the sideline reporter for Fox Sport’s A team and would spend her final season, her 20th year, on the sidelines with the B team. (See: Handling Change with … Continue reading

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