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Ray Rice Fallout, Yasiel Puig PEDs, Stephen A. Smith Reaction

Missed part of The Mariotti Show? The Jay Mariotti Podcast for Wednesday, July 30: A wonderful night for your host at Dodger Stadium, from announcement that beloved Vin Scully is returning to the tidal wave that is Yasiel Puig

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Johnny Manziel Party, Tony Romo Goodbye, MLB Trade Rumors

Missed part of The Mariotti Show? The Jay Mariotti Podcast for Tuesday, July 29: The Browns love how they’re making money off Johnny Manziel, but they want it both ways with no more partying, no more social media. Jimmy

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Mariotti Show Replay: Monday, July 28th

Missed part of The Mariotti Show? The Jay Mariotti Podcast for Monday, July 28: The NFL speaks on the Ray Rice case and, legally, the league has a point — Rice has not been convicted. So how could Goodell suspend Rice

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Browns Brass Clueless About Handling Manziel

Oh, how they love the money they make off Johnny Manziel — the No. 1 sales rank for his No. 2 jersey, the huge crowds that chant his name at training camp, the way he occupies and tickles the

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Cheers To Thomas, Who Never Needed The Juice

Frank Thomas once said of me, “I’d like to stick a bat up his ass sideways.’’ My retort was that he probably wouldn’t make contact. This was at a stage in his career when Chicago didn’t love him very

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Mariotti Show Replay: Friday, July 25th

Missed part of The Mariotti Show? The Jay Mariotti Podcast for Friday, July 25: Judge Roger Goodell is being criticized roundly for his Ray Rice decision, and there’s no doubt he continues to have a criminal conduct crisis on

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As Criminal Conduct Czar, Goodell Is Failing

Without a legal background and armed only with an economics degree from Washington & Jefferson College, Roger Goodell is no judge. I might have more faith in Judge Judy or Simon Cowell to rule on the never-ending backlog of

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Mariotti Show Replay: Thursday, July 24th

Missed part of The Mariotti Show? The Jay Mariotti Podcast for Thursday, July 24: The NFL is a $10-billion-a-year enterprise with ratings among the highest in American TV history. Business never has been better. But just as the NFL

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Mariotti Show Replay: Wednesday, July 23rd

Missed part of The Mariotti Show? The Jay Mariotti Podcast for Wednesday, July 23: Donald Sterling’s legal stall is threatening Clippers’ future and putting NBA at risk of player boycotts — and Doc Rivers’ departure — in early October.

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The Sterling Stall Threatens Clippers’ Future

Not to suggest that the Los Angeles justice system is vulnerable to bribery — never, ever would I have a reason to go there — but let’s say Donald Sterling decided to write a fat check. Or cash in