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Michael Wilbon Compares Jerry Jones To A Slave Owner (VIDEO)

At this rate, everybody on the ESPN line-up will be joining Jemele Hill for her two-week suspension if this keeps up. On Monday’s edition of ‘Pardon The Interruption,’ co-host Michael Wilbon blasted Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, comparing him to a slave owner for his response to national anthem protests around the entire league. “The word that […]
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