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Two upcoming sports anniversaries contain elements of tragedy, honor, and courage. But one won’t get much attention. By Dave Zirin | The Rag Blog | April 15, 2014 Two wrenching anniversaries loom in the world of sports. Both are in … finish reading :
SPORT | Pat Tillman, the Boston Marathon, and a Tale of Two Anniversaries
1939 hot rod Ford, Durango, Colorado, February 1989. Photo by Michael James from his forthcoming book, Michael Gaylord James’ Pictures from the Long Haul. Pictures from the Long Haul:1939 hot rod Ford rolling,rumbling, and purring through town By Michael James … finish reading Michael James : 1939 Hot Rod Ford Rolling Through Town
One of the hottest items on the sports marketing scene is the Tebow number 15 jersey with “Jesus” on the back.Tebow redeemed?Tim Tebow is awful,but he finds a way to win He’s not awful in the turgid unwatchable way that, … finish reading SPORT / Dave Zirin : The Redemption of Tim Tebow?
NFLPA Executive Director DeMaurice Smith, left, and NFL football Commissioner Roger Goodell share a laugh July 25, 2011, as 4 1/2-month lockout ends. Photo by Cliff Owen / AP.Against all odds:NFL Players Association emerges fromlockout as bruised, battered victor By … finish reading SPORT / Dave Zirin : NFL Players are Bruised, Battered Victors
NFL owner? Image from Green Bay Packer Nation.The team without an owner:Those nonprofit Packers It’s a beautiful story but it’s one that the N.F.L. and Commissioner Roger Goodell take great pains to hide. By Dave Zirin / The Rag Blog … finish reading SPORT / Dave Zirin : Those Nonprofit Packers