That’s easy for him to say. His success this season doesn’t rise and fall on 17 (mostly) Sundays. His NFL career isn’t one snap away from coming to an end. He has one of the sport’s longest guaranteed contracts, running through 2018.
The world’s richest and most powerful sports outfit is coming off like a cheap, two-bit organization in haggling with its officials. The NFL is the undisputed, heavyweight champ of organized sports. But in this case it’s the Lingerie League.
Just not as good-looking.
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Deron Snyder is an award-winning journalist and Washington Times sports columnist with more than 25 years of experience. He has worked at USA Today and his column was syndicated in Gannett’ 80-plus newspapers from 2000-2009, appearing in The Arizona Republic, The Indianapolis Star, The Detroit News and many others. Follow Deron on Twitter @Its_Ball_Good or email him at email@example.com.
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