You are not too bright. In light of the recent child abuse allegations against himself, Minnesota Viking’s RB Adrian Peterson in a statement said that he regrets the “unintentional” injury caused to his four-year-old son. 509 more words
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There’s not enough time to post all the important and interesting news I want to share on this blog so here is a round-up of some great stuff. 483 more words
The National Football league brings in roughly $10 billion in revenue per year. By 2027, it expects to up that to $25 billion. As USA today… 625 more words
Just because your grandmother did it doesn’t make it right, and husbands can be abused, too.
This past Sunday, I was absolutely riveted by the NFL Sunday Countdown on ESPN – For those of you who know me and are currently checking the authorship of this piece, yes it is me, surgeoninkicks, writing. 995 more words
Cris Carter believes there is no place in the home for corporal punishment and no place for abusers on an NFL field.
In an emotional, personal monologue delivered on ESPN’s “Sunday NFL Countdown,” the Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver took a stand against child abuse in response to Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson being indictedin a child injury case. 25 more words
Adrian Peterson’s child abuse scandal is yet another depressing off the field incident for the NFL. The league has been riddled with scandals and crime, some of which with pictures or video that show how truly gruesome some players behavior has been. 72 more words