ESPN should stick to sports

David Beilstein, Lion's Den column / Headline SurferBy DAVID "DAN" J. BEILSTEIN
Lion's Den
Headline Surfer

ESSEX, VT -- ESPN should be ashamed of themselves hiring these political radicals posing as sports commentators.

Black men being paid millions of dollars by contractural agreement to voluntarily play professional football are not slaves, nor involved in slavery. Words mean something. 

No agreement to allow players to do anything they want on the team's time exists. This BS insults all black men and women who actually experienced real slavery in this country. 

Black men being paid millions of dollars by contractural agreement to voluntarily play professional football are not slaves, nor involved in slavery. Words mean something.  

No agreement to allow players to do anything they want on the team's time exists. This BS insults all black men and women who actually experienced real slavery in this country. 

ESPN can obviously hire who they desire. But when they hire political quacks they are open to the strongest possible criticism.

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David "Daniel" Beilstein, spent the better part of a decade in Central Florida, in New Smyrna Beach in particular as a reporter for the former daily community newspaper, the New Smyrna Beach Observer, in 2008, and later attended Full Sail University. A kidney issue forced him to return to Essex, Vt., in November 2014, but he has agreed to continue writing his community column, the "Lion's Den" for HeadlineSurfer.com, owned and operated by award-winning journalist and Publisher Henry Frederick under NSB News LLC. Headline Surfer is a registered trademark.