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Gregg Williams Shouldn’t Coach In the NFL Again

As much as it hurt, I had Gregg Williams back. The former Bills boss whose repertoire in Buffalo involving losing and awkward sound bites had been under the proverbial gun for running a bounty system for his defenders on opposition players. Every defender in the NFL hits and most try to do it in a… Continue Reading

Martin trauma speaks volumes of violent game

I love hockey, but I’ve written many times about how important it is for ice hockey to wake up and take care of players’ heads. Wednesday’s revelation that Rick Martin’s brain has chronic traumatic encephalopathy despite only one diagnosed playing concussion should stir more awareness of the disease than any diagnosis of a slain fighter…. Continue Reading