Keith Olbermann gave his thoughts on the NFL suspending Ray Rice two games for assaulting his wife at an Atlantic City casino on his show Thursday night. In a clip entitled “Insufficient Punishment,” Olbermann outlaws how consistent, dehumanizing attitudes toward women in sports help perpetuate an environment where a player can beat his wife and receive a two-game suspension, whereas another player can stomp someone’s face during a game and receive five games.
Gregg Popovich calls it like he sees it.
LeBron James continues to be LeBron James.
Yes, Trevor Hoffman belongs in the Hall of Fame. Your argument is invalid.
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Were the Ravens the mystery team mentioned in a recent MMQB article?
It’s definitely possible.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie co-hosted WFAN’s Boomer and Carton Show on Wednesday. The avid Dallas Cowboys (…)
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