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Jeré Longman at the New York Times on the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida which is not eligible to play in the state championship, yet has six of the top 100 ranked prospects in the country.
Let Athletes Dope: A Moral Case
Torbjörn Tännsjö at the Boston Globe makes the case that performance enhancing drugs should be allowed in sports.
Tim Graham at the Buffalo News has an in-depth profile of Jeffrey Kessler, who is not undefeated against the NFL ‒ it only seems that way because he wins so many court cases against Roger Goodell.
In this three-part series, Aaron Gordon at Vice Sports looks at the plight of former NFL players, forced to beg for the benefits that they have earned.
A Frontline report by Jason M. Breslow states that 87 out of 91 brains of former NFL players tested positive for brain disease.
Mike Backherms of SB Nation plans to track the Offensive Success Rate (OSR) of the Jacksonville Jaguars, and dives deep on their Week 1 contest against the Carolina Panthers.
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