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Rush Limbaugh and the Rams: Much ado about nothing

So Rush Limbaugh wants to own the St. Louis Rams. Who cares? Well, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton do apparently, and they want you to know it. DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFL Players Association isn't too pleased either.
Big deal. People are running around like Limbaugh is going be like Jerry Jones or Robert Kraft. He probably isn't. Limbaugh is partnering in the bid for the Rams with Dave Checketts, owner of the NHL's St. Louis Blues. Checketts would in all probability be the one making all the decisions. Limbaugh would be like Gloria Estefan or the Williams, who own shares of the Miami Dolphins. They own a stake in the team, but don't run the everyday operations of the team.
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So Rush Limbaugh wants to own the St. Louis Rams. Who cares? Well, Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton do apparently, and they want you to know it. DeMaurice Smith, executive director of the NFL Players Association isn't too pleased either.
Big deal. People are running around like Limbaugh is going be like Jerry Jones or Robert Kraft. He probably isn't. Limbaugh is partnering in the bid for the Rams with Dave Checketts, owner of the NHL's St. Louis Blues. Checketts would in all probability be the one making all the decisions. Limbaugh would be like Gloria Estefan or the Williams, who own shares of the Miami Dolphins. They own a stake in the team, but don't run the everyday operations of the team.

Posted originally: 2009-10-13 11:18:00
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