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Thursday morning, September 3rd. The news hit me like a strong shot. The arbitration award affirmed by Commissioner Goodell had been vacated that morning in a Federal District Court. And I (in one of my rare moments of brilliance) had drafted him in the 10th round the night before for almost nothing. Of course [...]Continue Reading →
This could be a stressful week for New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees. His team–one of only five in the National Football League never to win a Super Bowl–is coming off a three-game losing skid and is facing a playoff game on January 16. But game film is not the only thing Brees will be [...]Continue Reading →
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