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Why is Henry Ruggs III referred to as an ‘ex-Raider’?

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Las Vegas Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III drove his Chevrolet Corvette into a Toyota Rav4, killing 23-year-old Tina Tinto. Ruggs was traveling 156 miles an hour and he was drunk. News stories are referring to Ruggs as an “ex-Raider.” Ex-Raider Henry Ruggs III drove 156 mph, at twice the legal alcohol limit, authorities sayhttps://t.co/zR8VipYgkD — …

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Tom Brady contracted COVID-19 shortly after the Super Bowl

Tom Brady contracted COVID-19 shortly after the Super Bowl - Bent Corner

Tom Brady, the greatest player in NFL history, seems to have immersed himself fully into the Florida way of life. Brady told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times that he contracted COVID-19 shortly after that Super Bowl 55 championship boat parade. Contracting COVID-19 while attending a Florida boat party? That’s the most Florida thing …

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Member of Buccaneers’ social justice board uses Asian slur on Twitter

Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Carlton Davis and a member of the team’s social justice board used an Asian racial slur on Twitter yesterday. Davis, who is Black, tweeted, “Gotta stop letting gooks in Miami.” In his defense, Davis claimed to be unfamiliar with the dark, negative origin of the word. He claimed that in South …

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Washington football team cuts Dwayne Haskins

The NFL team that plays its home games in Landover, Maryland, released second-year quarterback Dwayne Haskins. Considering that the team drafted Haskins last year with the 15th overall pick, I’m not really surprised. This is the kind of move a bad organization would make. Dwayne Haskins may be a bad player. I don’t know. I …

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The NFL needs to go Old Testament on the Baltimore Ravens

The NFL needs to go Old Testament on the Baltimore Ravens - Bent Corner

The NFL postponed last night’s nationally televised game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers because the Ravens could not follow the strict COVID-19 procedures put in place by the NFL. As a direct result, the coronavirus has been spreading throughout the Ravens organization. From ESPN: The NFL decided to postpone the game because …

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