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  • Fri, 22 Jun 2018 15:37:57 +0000: Bucs' Jameis Winston reportedly facing three-game ban for groping Uber driver - NFL | The Guardian
    • Tampa Bay quarterback reportedly faces three-game ban
    • Winston is alleged to have grabbed crotch of Uber driver

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston reportedly will be suspended for a violation of the NFL’s personal-conduct policy at the conclusion of an ongoing league investigation into an allegation that he grabbed a female Uber driver’s crotch in Arizona in 2016.

    ESPN’s Adam Schefter cited league sources on Thursday saying Winston would be banned for the first three games of the 2018 season. Such a punishment would cost the quarterback $124,000 of his $705,000 base salary, per Schefter. Next year, Winston is due for a raise to $20.9m.

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  • Tue, 19 Jun 2018 10:00:09 +0000: Memo to white America: the NFL fight is about police brutality, not the flag - NFL | The Guardian

    Framing players’ protest as an issue of patriotism, not policing, allows those in power to continue ignoring the problem

    I was 23 years old in April 1992, when a Simi Valley jury infamously acquitted the four officers charged with the vicious, unknowingly videotaped beating of Rodney King. I was a nobody, just an editorial assistant at the Oakland Tribune attending San Francisco State University, but I had thoughts.

    I believed that despite the national outrage – which was followed by the worst rioting in the history of the nation – an acquittal was the only possible outcome for an America that, in the famous phrase of Martin Luther King Jr, consistently chose order over justice. To acknowledge the guilt of the officers in a court of law, I remember writing, would have required the white mainstream to acknowledge the historical black grievance of police brutality, which it has never done. Secondarily, it would also have to acknowledge that police were not only capable of acting abhorrently but actually did so routinely. White society, I wrote, was not ready to acknowledge either. I concluded the leap was too great.

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  • Mon, 18 Jun 2018 12:47:34 +0000: Patriots' Tom Brady says his NFL career will end 'sooner rather than later' - NFL | The Guardian
    • New England quarterback will turn 41 in August
    • League MVP led team to Super Bowl appearance last season

    Tom Brady, who turns 41 before the start of the new NFL season, says he is in the final stages of his career.

    The New England Patriots quarterback, who led his team to the Super Bowl last season where they were defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles, has said in the past that he intends to play into his mid-40s. However, in an interview with Oprah Winfrey broadcast on Sunday, Brady said the end may come sooner.

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  • Fri, 15 Jun 2018 14:43:56 +0000: Trump: protesting athletes are out-of-touch millionaires who should stick to sports - NFL | The Guardian
    • Trump downplays concerns of rich professional athletes
    • President repeats call for suggestions of people to pardon

    Donald Trump’s message to athletes could not be more clear: stick to sports.

    The US president resumed his broadside against professional sportspeople who have kneeled for the national anthem in protest of racial inequality, casting them as out-of-touch millionaires who should have no quarrel with the country that’s enriched them in a live interview on Fox & Friends that aired Friday morning.

    TRUMP criticizes professional athletes: "They're all saying, 'it has nothing to do with the flag, it's how we've been treated.' In the meantime, they're making $15 million a year... they shouldn't get the politics involved." pic.twitter.com/5zJdlBwIFI

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  • Tue, 12 Jun 2018 09:00:45 +0000: Greg Hardy fight highlights MMA's troubling history of violence outside the octagon - NFL | The Guardian

    The former NFL star’s football career fell apart after a domestic violence case. But he has found mixed martial arts a welcoming home

    Former NFL star Greg Hardy denies doing any of the following one night in May 2014: Picking up his ex-girlfriend and throwing her into the tile tub area in his bathroom; causing bruises to her head, neck, back, shoulders, arms, legs, elbow and feet; pulling her from the tub by her hair; screaming that he would kill her or break her arms; dragging her across the bathroom and out the bedroom; placing both his hands around her throat to strangle her while she was on the floor; lifting her above his head and throwing her onto a couch covered with assault rifles; ignoring her pleas to be left alone.

    Under these circumstances Hardy’s segue into professional mixed martial arts seems enough of a contrast to confuse the senses. In the morally pliable fight game, though, it is just another Tuesday, which is when Hardy will fight for a chance at a contract in UFC. It’s a bout that has led some to question the decision making of an organisation already dealing with the departure of its biggest female star and the erratic – and violent – behavior of its most bankable fighter, Conor McGregor.

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