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Malcolm Jenkins: Players avoid talking about Trump in locker room

The divisive presidential campaign has yet to actually divide many locker rooms, possibly because NFL players realize the pitfalls of discussing and debating such a contentious issue. “Donald Trump is a divisive name in a locker room,” Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said Thursday, via Josh Paunil of PhillyMag.com. “A lot of guys will talk politics,…
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Malcolm Jenkins says Eagles players avoid talking about Donald Trump in the locker room

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“Donald Trump is a divisive name in a locker room.”

Malcolm Jenkins: Players avoid talking about Trump

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"Donald Trump is a divisive name in a locker room."        

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