Des Bieler

Washington Post

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Des Bieler is a sportswriter for the Washington Post.

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The National Football League is "as American as apple pie, "with deep roots in popular culture. Now the nation's most profitable sports enterprise is caught up in race politics.

Race politics and the NFL's culture of silence

The National Football League is "as American as apple pie, "with deep roots in popular culture. Now the nation's most profitable sports enterprise is caught up in race politics.

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