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The Josh Brown case shows the NFL is still failing on domestic abuse

NFL: New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings

Few American corporations are more equipped to investigate an employee than the NFL. The league and their teams spend heavily to scour the past of every prospect coming out of college, hire private eyes to stalk players in nightclubs, and collect mountains of data on everything from sleep cycles to injury risk. If money is involved, they are relentless in what they seek.

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NFL At Wembley

Surely but slowly, NFL inching forward on permanent London franchise

When Roger Goodell took over as NFL commissioner in 2006 he had three clear priorities: deal with a festering labor dispute, decide which teams would play in Los Angeles and see if it was possible to put a team in London. Then came the link between head trauma and long-term effects on players’ health and Goodell’s plan was derailed.

NFL: Los Angeles Rams at New England Patriots

The Jeff Fisher NFL All-Stars represent a level of mediocrity we can all aspire to

My first job out of college, before I became an international man of sports takes, was for a public relations firm. I instantly hated the industry, and because my heart was not in it, I was not all that good at the job. But I did the job. I showed up to work and for meetings on time. I didn’t leave early. I dressed professionally. I met deadlines and didn’t make egregious typos or mistakes. I didn’t cause conflicts with my coworkers or microwave leftover fish in the break room.

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