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On air Thursday, Le Batard criticized the network's policy of avoiding politics as "weak-ass" and "cowardly."
Dan Le Batard called out ESPN's "cowardly" and "weak-ass" policy discouraging hosts from discussing politics.
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The statement released by Neal on Thursday echoes the sentiments expressed by former BBWAA president Tracy Ringolsby on Twitter
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Dolphins legend Jason Taylor, for example, grew up right before our eyes, from a skinny Akron kid to a future Hall of Famer