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Here's video of Terrell Owens leading the march around SoFi Stadium -- chanting, "NFL, take your knee off his neck. Apologize to Kaepernick."
Terrell Owens Leads March for Kaepernick, 'They Owe Him a Job!'

We have entered the era of swift action taken towards those who do not comport in the approved fashion.

(This is the latest in a series of reports detailing the way activists are wielding punishments for improper protest support.)

One of the truly venal ways that the cancel culture has metastasized in this current wave of aggressive activist rage is in the way we are seeing punishment being levied upon those who themselves are not guilty of an insurrection but have a relative with an objectionable element. As I wrote about earlier this week in Britain we saw the move of a university deciding to strip a residency hall on the campus of its name. A former prime minister was deemed as no longer worthy of being recognized, but not over anything he had done. No, it was because his father had been a slaveholder in the colonies, back in his day.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA—In an unprecedented display of public contrition, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees set a new record over the weekend for apologies by an NFL quarterback, saying he was sorry 742 times in the space of 48 hours.
Drew Brees Sets New NFL Record For Number Of Apologies | The Babylon Bee

The borough will also act as the official base camp of the France national team. The University of Bolton Stadium will host a quarter final match - and an England group game - at next year's Rugby League World Cup.
Rugby League World Cup organisers reveal which games will be played in Bolton - Manchester Evening News

Reche Caldwell died over the weekend. His mother told outlets the NFL star died after an ambush at his home in Tampa, Fla.
Former NFL Star Reche Caldwell Dead at 41 After Shooting | E! News

National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league made mistakes in not listening to players, in a video on Friday denouncing racism in the United States amid widespread protests over police brutality against black people.

The sports industry has traditionally been viewed as being built purely for entertainment, and in many cases, that perception reigns true to this day. But in the age of social media and the 24-hour news cycle, the platform available for industry giants to voice their opinions on social and political issues has become vast.
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Amid Protests, More Athletes Are Speaking Up About Systemic Racism

Colin Kaepernick's mission of standing up to police brutality in 2016 was "courageous," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said, adding that everything the quarterback was trying to accomplish "just got tugged and pulled and ripped apart."
Pete Carroll, Steve Kerr, Gregg Popovich praise Colin Kaepernick for taking stand against police brutality

Aleksandar Katai has been released by the LA Galaxy after a series of alarming social media posts by his wife, Tea.

The Galaxy announced their decision to “mutually part ways” with their new Serbian winger Friday in a one-sentence news release.

Tea Katai made the posts on her Instagram story earlier this week, and the Galaxy angrily condemned them as “racist and violent” on Wednesday.
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Aleksandar Katai Cut by LA Galaxy over Wife's

A construction worker fell from the roof of SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California, and died Friday, police told Fox 11 Los Angeles.

Police said the fall was reported around 11:44 a.m. and the worker was pronounced dead at the scene. ESPN's Lindsey Thiry reported that the construction site had been shut down as a result.
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Worker at Chargers, Rams SoFi Stadium Died After Fall at Construction Site

Chinese sports stars usually express thanks and offer platitudes about their government - if they address politics and power at all.

Not Hao Haidong.

The retired soccer forward, the Chinese national team's all-time top goal scorer and an idol in the 1990s and early 2000s, stunned his country this week after he called for the downfall of the ruling Communist Party and the formation of a new government.
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Soccer superstar stuns China with call for ouster of Communist Party

One guy had a hard landing after jumping into a lake in a video making the rounds online.

Barstool Sports tweeted a video of a guy jumping off a cliff, and it didn’t end well at all. It looked like the guy tried to do a backflip.

The college football world lost a legend on Monday morning, as former Auburn football head coach Pat Dye passed away at 80-years-old.
Auburn football legendary coach Pat Dye passes away at 80

Some just look funny, but all look painful.


Bundesliga players Weston McKennie (Schalke 04) and Marcus Thuram (Gladbach)
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Pranksters have hijacked the NRL's fan-in-the-stand initiative with a family dog, Boris Johnson's embattled chief advisor and the world's worst serial killer all making an appearance at the weekend's fixtures.
Footy fans spotted a sinister figure in stands as NRL used cardboard cutouts to fill empty stadiums

Connecticut’s policy allowing transsexuals to compete as girls in high school sports violates the civil rights of female athletes, the U.S. Education Department has determined in a decision that could force the state to change course to keep federal funding and influence others to do the same.

A letter from the department’s civil rights office, a copy of which was obtained Thursday by The Associated Press, came in response to a complaint filed last year by several female track athletes who argued that two transsexual runners had an unfair physical advantage.
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US: Transsexual Sports Inclusion Violates Others' Rights

"The images from Old Town Scottsdale this weekend are disturbing, and frankly show a real lack of common sense and civic responsibility," Mayor Jim Lane tells TMZ Sports.
Scottsdale Mayor 'Disturbed' By Mayweather Club Video, 'Lack of Common Sense'

Watch and share Portia Woodman Hits 19.9mph At The USA Womens 7s GIFs by cdstc29 on Gfycat
Portia Woodman Hits 19.9mph At The USA Womens 7s GIF by cdstc29 | Gfycat

Live golf is on television for the second straight Sunday, this one with the game's biggest headliner.
Tiger Woods-Phil Mickelson match with NFL stars could raise $10M for coronavirus relief | Fox News


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