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This week, Chels and Reeta are joined by David C. Steele, writer for Sporting News & author of “Silent Gesture: Autobiography of Tommie Smith“, to discuss San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick‘s protest of the national anthem and the variety of reactions to it. Also, what will the Cowboys do now that Tony Romo is injured?
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This week’s guest – David C. Steele
NFL writer for The Sporting News Network. He is the co-author of Silent Gesture: The Autobiography of Olympic gold medalist Tommie Smith.
Follow David on twitter @David_C_Steele
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Reeta is one of the original ladies who founded Gridiron Gals in 2009; starting with the very first NFL Kickoff party. She is also the owner and creator of TheNFLChick.com.
Reeta can be reached at email@example.com
Chels started off as a writer on the original GridironGals.com before co partnering with Reeta in 2011. She is a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan who is the primary writer for the Cowboys on the site. You can find Chels on twitter @ChelsIsRight with colorful commentary on game day.
Email Chels: Chels@Gridirongals.com
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