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Ray McDonald’s Ethics and Good Riddance!

Ray McDonald

For the past 20 years I have devoted my life to speaking, consulting and helping others make good ethical choices. I speak publicly and I consult privately on ethics. I believe I have made a difference in the lives of people. I love sports and I know the business world, and at the professional level, they are not all that far apart. Once, a very long time ago, I made some bad choices and I paid for them. It is public knowledge. When the full weight of my actions came crashing […]

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Sports Ethics Minute: Chris Borland and the Ethical Truth

Chris Borland

“I just honestly want to do what’s best for my health. From what I’ve researched and what I’ve experienced, I don’t think it’s worth the risk.” – Chris Borland Chris Borland, 24 years old, has made the decision to walk away from professional football. He is worried about head trauma and where the head injuries might lead him. He is not retiring because he can’t play the game; in his rookie season the LB had 108 tackles, a sack and two interceptions. He is not retiring because of bullying or […]

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Another Reason to Never Go to an NFL Game Again

Cardinals

As if the National Football League does not have enough problems, once again there were bunches of drunks who got into a brawls at two stadiums on Sunday (September 22, 2014) as the Arizona Cardinals were defeating the San Francisco 49ers at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, and the Eagles faced off against the Redskins. The brawls are all over the social media, and if you have two or three minutes to waste, you can look it up and see a bunch of drunk, grown-up children yelling things that […]

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