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It’s amazing how so many fans always want to see players give their all on the field. And, look. I understand that, but you saw the reaction to Jake Cutler. When he chose not to play in the NFC championship game because of a knee injury, you had people condemning him, trashing him for saying that he was absolutely wrong.

Here’s the problem with that. None of us – none of us – is on the field playing. None of us are taking hits. So, who are we to tell someone to risk their life and their livelihood to play a game?


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