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Steve Czaban is a 25 year sports radio veteran, who hosts an afternoon drive show in Washington D.C. "Czabe" also writes and edits his own commentaries for www.czabe.com and other on-line and print publications. He can be reached at czabe@yahoo.com.

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    Well said. So many other ways to express your frustration with events in the country that gave you EVERYTHING you have.

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    My first thought was where was he during the whole off-season? He could’ve gone many places and organized/led many protests. Apparently, that would’ve been too inconvenient. Let’s just say he’s no Jim Brown or Muhammad Ali.

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    Did he just realize before week 3 of the preseason there were injustices? I don’t recall this being an issue the first two weeks. Or, did he realize he was on the bubble (because he sucks at football) and needed something to prevent the team from cutting him? And if he truly feels there are injustices, what the hell is sitting during the National Anthem going to accomplish? Go out and actually do something that will bring about change.

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    johnny domino

    Kaep is going to spend enough time on the bench, you’d think he’d want to stand up every chance he gets.

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    Brad Spring

    Steve, I have followed your evolution on the importance of sports as it relates to the life. I am surprised by your hard line on not standing for the National Anthem. Two things: 1) you applaud the playing of the anthem early in the women’s soccer game to take away Rapinoe’s protest? How about all of the other players that enjoy standing for the anthem? Shouldn’t you be upset for them? 2) Why do we play the National Anthem before sports games, period? Take up that ridiculousness. Glad you eat greens, by the way.


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