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Doug Baldwin’s “this is my stage” claim may have come from an Internet hoax

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin recently said on HBO that an unnamed NFL owner has told told players to stand for the national anthem because “this is my stage.” It sparked a question as to which owner said it. There’s a very good chance that the answer is “none at all.” The “this is my stage”…
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