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Deshawn Watson's suspension proves the NFL is disconnected from the real world

Any word from Human Resources? I'm still trying to get an answer as to how many sexual assault settlements I can make before I get suspended. twenty. 

They are trying to figure out the penalty for Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson . Six games,rulings as retired judges, and the NFLPA supportsentire seasons as the NFL claims. 

In the world we are sentenced to, there is no argument because there are no jobs. Get fired after one or two. And good disposition for good reason. Still, the Browns signed Watson, who already knew the score. Season ticket, anyone. How about a quickie tailgate his massage. 

It's relentlessly mad. This week, New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed into law a bill to replace "inmate" with "inmate", reducing crime by an estimated 0%. 

In other news,Marshawn Lynch was arrested,while out for a spin at 5:45 a.m. in an idyllic Las Vegas village. was charged with drunken driving. Apparently, Lynch was charged with driving an unregistered vehicle 

because he crashed hiscar into a curb and rendered it "inoperable"  26} } 

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Lynch used to drink was driving. 

Still, TD scoring his running did nothing to hinder his career as a back. to his fame and commercial fortune by grabbing his groin when he scores. Apparently, the people who hired him to appear in Subway's TV ads were very much hoping Sandwich would be associated with such a fine companion. 

So was his 2020 advanced class at Princeton University. In an unfathomable pitiful act of pandering, they say "Mr. Lynch's sustained professional excellence" and "substantial work in the community stand alongside his success in the field." 158}

“Our goal was to invite speakers who embody the range of experiences we have shared as a community during our tenure at Princeton. A service-focused, intellectually rigorous profit-seeker.” 

And the smartest kids in Jersey know to make their own complete dope. I chose... I woke up. They were in a coma. 

But it was "that kind of week" again. As reader Mike "Chef" Soper wrote of Aaron Rodgers, "Although he was reluctant to put a thoroughly tested vaccine in his body, the same delicateI don't think he was able to attend Cal's Logic course." 

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MLB Network paid tribute to Vin Scully on Sunday. A solid class man who put baseball's best foot forward for 67 years. 

After that, the class ended. Let's go back to MLBN's Rob Manfred-approved overly modest "Best Bat Flip." This is what children see as the essence of baseball. 

YES shot-caller John Filippelli said this week he plans to bring back his first-year Yankees analysts Carlos Beltran and Cameron Maybin.. It created a momentary and sustained madness. 

"I think you have to be patient with the learning curve," he told colleague Andrew Marchand. "This is not instant coffee. It's not like you drink water, put something in it, and say, 'Hey, I have instant coffee. It's delicious.' No, that's not how this business works. It takes time." 

Yes, this is not instant coffee. New York. It's the New York Yankees. Or a developmental league network that broadcasts to anyone paying to hear a beginner's music lesson. How does the Nets sell tickets when it's flooded with indifferent superstars? I think Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant's co-GM stuff is a failure. 

But is anyone happy in the NBA? Even the bottom players earn an average salary of around $8 million in eight to nine months of service. Who wouldn't be miserable 

Serena Williams says thatVayakon will be filling her dios soon, Ms. Williams. She's the media, the TV advertisers, the indiscriminate makeup she's the only one Yahoo thinks we all love She's the one anymore. 

Serena Williams

But a sport-oriented right-hander I met can't stand her They won't be suck-sold to rotten winners and losers, vulgar bullies, and their social activism overly self-entitled acts — I stand for women's rights I had a seizure with the chief referee — selfish and suspicious. 

On NFL broadcasts, when Frank played through his gore until his final season with the Jets in 2020, TV and radio voices cast him as one of his players. I can't remember a time when I didn't praise you. class act. No evidence cited. 

This week, Gore was arrested andcharged with assaulting a fellow womanHe reportedly An Atlantic City hotel room that grabbed a woman's bare hair and dragged her across a hallway. 

That's right, players and teams successfully called out fans to chant at his Grizzlies game in Memphis, and Adam Silver's indulgence led Gore to "hoop that trick." It is said 

To think that

Graeber would allow him to bet on Torres' game when he saw the Yankees doing all he could. 

Torres scored the final out in his 1-0 loss to the Cardinals on Saturday. Even if you look at the beginning, because the ball was still in play. Aaron Boone's baseball — The least you can do is good enough. 

(On the same day, the Mets were playing Buck Showalter's baseball, but a late suicide squeeze gave the Braves a 6-1 lead.) 

But the most inexcusably thoughtless play didn't make the "highlight" in the Yankees'1-0, 13-inning loss in Seattle on Tuesday

In the 12th inning, Torres caught a pop-up fouled him from second base as the Mariners' automatic runners came out to his second base. He then looked around and made a lazy throw toward second, where autorunner Sam Haggerty was standing. 

There was no good reason to make that throw. . It could only benefit the Mariners. It was ridiculous—the latest in a long series. 

Gleyber Torres strikes out to end the Yankees' loss to the Cardinals on August 6th.

Meanwhile, YES's "Rah Rah" Ryan Ruocco Aaron Judge's next at-bat schedule persisted. On Tuesday, he piped that the judges would lead from the 13th.Don't touch that dial. 

But there was no way for M to pitch to the judges, even though Cameron Maybin tried to tell him at second base runner. When Jesus returned from the commercial, the judges were already heading first in a deliberate walk. 

Don't believe what you see, believe what you're told, go on : 

Against the Braves on Saturday, Mets' Luis Guerme knocked one of his off the wall. To the right. He made a big turn towards his 2nd place and moved back to 1st place. On SNY, Gary Cohen said twice that Guillorme made a "wise move" by staying in place. 

But after replays showed Guilm not running hard at first, perhaps anticipating hitting a home run, irrelevant justifications began: 


Cohen, "Last night he was thrown at the plate... so maybe he was a little shy." Ron Darling added, "He had respect for [Ronald] Acuna's right-hand man." 

But that had nothing to do with Guilolme not running hard to begin with. In other words, viewers who knew lunch meat were served bad baloney sandwiches.