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Bomani: RGIII’s 2013 Role as Redskins’ Villain Too Predictable

Robert Griffin III saw an epic fall out of the good graces of the public in 2013, which Bomani Jones says was inevitable; as Griffin became the villain the world needed after having his road to recovery so overexposed.


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Bomani: Notion of RGIII as ‘Post-Racial’ QB Rarely Discussed Publicly

Many have called into question why Howard Bryant chose to refer to RGIII as a “racial bridge” Tuesday, in a scathing piece indicting Griffin as being more “commercial than competitor.” Bomani Jones, also with ESPN, says it’s a conversation he’s never been a part of … publicly.


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Bomani Jones ‘Flabbergasted’ by Reid’s Column on John Wall’s Tattoos

Bomani Jones was “flabbergasted” by Jason Reid’s column on John Wall, in which the Washington Post columnist pointed to Wall’s tattoos as a reason the Wiz shouldn’t sign him to a max contract. At the same time, he doesn’t think Wall should get a max contract.


Former head coach of the Chicago Bears, Lovie Smith, was one of many minority candidates snubbed for one of the eight head coaching vacancies in the NFL. (Credit: Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Bomani: If You Make Teams Interview One Minority ‘They’ll Interview Only One’

Bomani Jones calls the issue of minority candidates not being hired in the NFL systemic, and says the only way teams will interview more than one non-white candidate for a coaching vacancy is if you force them to interview more than one non-white candidate.


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Bomani Jones: “Don’t Let Rex Grossman Fool You”

Bomani Jones give his blunt perspective on Rex Grossman, urging Skins fans to not be fooled.

106.7 The Fan–09/22/2011