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Murder, Suicide, And The NFL Plays On

kitekrazy Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 8:32 AM
People ignore he had a girlfriend and a child. This is not the traditional way of starting a family. If she decided to leave him, that puts a dent in his finances. I know they like to bring up the concussion thing but today's athletes were brought up in a public school environment where political correctness is the religion of the land and life is stress free. Generations are brought up little exposure to stress.
AConcernedWomanVoter Wrote: Dec 07, 2012 8:34 AM
Unfortunately, this is pretty much the traditional way of starting a family these days.

Last weekend, just 24 hours after a tragic murder-suicide committed by one of its own players, the Kansas City Chiefs played their Sunday football on schedule. Back in 1963, just 48 hours after the nation-shaking assassination of President Kennedy, the NFL played its Sunday football games as usual, a decision later deeply regretted by then-commissioner Pete Rozelle. Will last Sunday’s decision be regretted as well?

President Kennedy was pronounced dead on Friday afternoon, November 22nd, 1963. Two days later, less than one hour before the early games were about to start on Sunday, Lee Harvey Oswald, the alleged assassin, was shot...