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10. Took a really long shower. Not a Silkwood shower where he furiously scrubbed his skin, but one of those 40-minute-long soapless showers where you just lean up against a wall letting the water hit your back while you ponder the inescapable vastness of the void.
The world demonstrably does not need another Cletus safari into the heart of Trump’s America, but The Politico has one for you anyway. In this one, writer Michael Kruse checks in with Trump voters in and around the multiply depressed city of Johnstown, Pa., a year after the election to see how they feel about the job…
Vin Scully was at the Pasadena Civic Center last night for “An Evening With Vin Scully,” and for some reason someone asked him for his thoughts on the NFL’s national anthem demonstrations. His response was unsurprising.
Roger Goodell, along with several NFL owners including Jerry Jones, Robert Kraft, and Bob McNair, are set to be deposed as part of Colin Kaepernick’s collusion case against the NFL, according to Adam Schefter. They will also be asked to turn over cell records and emails
When now-former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee to bring attention to injustice, he may have lost his career simply by speaking out.
Following a four-hour meeting today between NFL players and owners on the subject of inequality and social change, the NFL and NFLPA put out a joint statement characterizing their talks as “productive.” However, according to Willie Colon, the former NFL lineman who’s now an analyst for SNY, “nothing got done.”
The Packers’ quarterback situation is suddenly very dire. Aaron Rodgers is likely out for the season with a broken collarbone, and the team now has to start Brett Hundley, a former fifth-round pick with 44 career NFL pass attempts. Perhaps even more worrying is the fact that behind Hundley is Joe Callahan, a former…
Colin Kaepernick has filed a grievance against the NFL, alleging that his continued unemployment is the result of collusion among NFL owners. The news was first reported by Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report, and a source has since confirmed to Deadspin that the grievance has been filed.
Though the majority of the national coverage regarding athlete protests was dominated by the responses of NFL owners and the president this past weekend, several small colleges followed the blueprint set forth by Roger Goodell and Jerry Jones and took steps to silence athletes under the guise of promoting team unity.
Pro Football Hall of Famer and former ESPN analyst Mike Ditka dove again into the NFL protest controversy last night in an interview with Jim Gray on Westwood One Radio, saying that players kneeling during the national anthem need to “go to another country and play football” because he “doesn’t know what social…
Having gotten all the public relations it wanted (even a hackneyed Sports Illustrated cover), NFL leadership is now back to the more familiar demeanor of reminding its players to either get in line or join the unemployment line. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Monday that any player who is “disrespectful to the…