The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Power And Problems In The NFL
Published January 11, 2013
The BOSTON HERALD's Ron Borges writes recent events involving Redskins QB Robert Griffin III and the late Junior Seau "reaffirmed the depth and intransigence of the tragically growing problem of long-term brain damage of the NFL's most high-profile employees" (BOSTON HERALD). The WASHINGTON TIMES' Deron Snyder writes under the header, "RG3, Junior Seau Evidence Of NFL's Negligent Culture" (WASHINGTON TIMES).
ESPNDALLAS.com's Tim McMahon writes, "The fact that Jerry Jones won't even consider stepping down as general manager makes him the NFL's biggest hypocrite. … Time for some drastic changes! Almost everything is on the table! Well, except for the one constant from the Cowboys' 128-128 stretch" (ESPNDALLAS.com).
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