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Michael Sam Has Signed With A Pro Football Team, Just Not In The League He'd Hoped

Michael Sam’s quest to play in the NFL certainly isn’t over, though it appears it will take a detour through Canada for a while, as the defensive end has… 151 more words


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From the Vault: Michael Sam Is A Big Deal (2014)

Editor’s Note: With today’s news that Michael Sam has signed with the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes, it seemed like a good time to run this previously unpublished column I wrote for The Good Point back in 2014! 1,115 more words


The Bumbling Idiocy of Roger Goodell

Let me start by saying that I have been a huge supporter of Roger Goodell. I lauded the Personal Conduct Policy when it was announced as I saw it as the future of sports leagues. 1,408 more words

Off Field Issues

Shit that Pissed me Off - 5/15

Men’s Rights Idiots are Upset About Fury Road Even Though They Haven’t Seen it Yet

I haven’t seen the film yet.  I’m very much looking forward to the film and I have to admit, the fact a bunch of Men’s Rights jackasses are upset about the film makes me want to buy two tickets just to piss them off a little bit more. 1,069 more words

Shit That Pissed Me Off

Birds Add Depth at Key Positions, But Not A Super Bowl Contender Just Yet

By Chris Murray

For the Chris Murray Report and the Philadelphia Sunday Sun

PHILADELPHIA—So now that the Philadelphia Eagles have made their picks in 2015 NFL Draft, the question fans are asking themselves is if the team is better now than it was before head coach Chip Kelly made some highly publicized moves to make over the team in his image. 921 more words

Can you guess which NFL fan base has the worst grammar?

Fans of the National Football League aren’t always the most eloquent folks. If you’ve been to a football game in the last 10 years, that probably doesn’t shock you. 159 more words


NBC BLK: Why we don't care about Tom Brady's Deflated Balls

The National Football League has replaced baseball as the favorite sport in America, literally billing itself as “America’s Game.” (Any reference to baseball as America’s pastime today is muttered ironically or by Cooperstown inductees clinging to the past.) 889 more words

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