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Why Aaron Rodgers Felt Free to Mislead People

Why Aaron Rodgers Felt Free to Mislead People

Updated at 5:10 p.m. ET on November 5, 2021The Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins and the Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving disheartened fans and disappointed their teams by , but at least both athletes kept it real. Neither attempted to deceive the public about his status. Aaron Rodgers, however, made a conscious decision not to tell the truth.Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers’ star quarterback, will miss Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs after testing positive for the coronavirus. His absence—required under NFL rules for unvaccinated players who test positive—is a big...

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Give Reggie Bush His Heisman Back

Give Reggie Bush His Heisman Back

College sports changed forever this week. Giving in to intense pressure from state lawmakers, the NCAA freed student athletes to profit off of for the first time. The next step in the NCAA’s forced evolution should be to restore the reputation of athletes whom the organization has demonized for capitalizing on their own fame.Like the people with marijuana convictions who want their records expunged as states legalize the drug, athletes whom NCAA officials punished under the old, discredited rules deserve clemency now. “I never cheated this game,” Reggie Bush, the former University of...

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America Didn’t Need Sports After All

America Didn’t Need Sports After All

The was the night that the United States began shutting down. On March 11, 2020, an announcer at the Oklahoma City Thunder’s home arena that the evening’s game had been postponed. Within an hour, the visiting Utah Jazz revealed that a player—soon identified as the center Rudy Gobert—had tested positive for COVID-19, and the NBA also declared that it was indefinitely suspending the season. Suddenly, Americans were forced to accept that the coronavirus pandemic was going to completely disrupt everyday life.Although the NBA eventually resumed its season by creating a playoff bubble, and other...

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The Anti-Semitism We Didn’t See

The Anti-Semitism We Didn’t See

Like DeSean Jackson, the Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver who is being condemned for posting a fake Adolf Hitler quote on his Instagram feed last week, I too have had an ill-advised Hitler moment.In 2008, I was a general columnist for, covering the NBA Finals series between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics. Heading into Game 5, I wrote a piece about how it saddened me, as a lifelong Detroit Pistons fan, to see that the Celtics were no longer as widely hated as they had once been. Trying to be funny and whimsical, I drew upon my memories of the Pistons having to beat the...

July 13, 2020
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