Category Archives: domestic violence

NFL takes another PR hit; NY Giants fumble words and inaction

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Do you remember how the NFL and its teams were going to aggressively discipline those charged with domestic violence, and assured fans that they wouldn’t stand for it any longer? That was so 2014. Today if you look at facts … Continue reading

After a chaotic season, drama will drive us to watch Super Bowl XLIX

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Today is Super Bowl Sunday. It means different things to different people. In the retail world it’s an opportunity to sell more product. For restaurants, it culminates a weekend of game themed food specials and events. For sports fans, it’s … Continue reading

Social media likely helped drive NFL, NCAA moves

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Sports timelines — sans Derek Jeter — read more like rap sheets than stat sheets. We’re not just in the midst of football season, but in ironic timing, the last four weeks have read what we might expect from “CSI: Gridiron.” Take … Continue reading

The wildly popular NFL is here to stay, so it should step up and do good

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Yes, the National Football League has image issues. No, the multi-billion dollar NFL isn’t going anywhere soon. Commissioner Roger Goodell continues to be a public no-show (9 days and counting) and so far today, there are no new reports of … Continue reading