Ryan Clark Wants People To Stop Using White WR Clichés When Describing Adam Thielen

!function(e,t,a,n,g){e[n]=e[n]||[],e[n].push({“gtm.start”:(new Date).getTime(),event:”gtm.js”});var m=t.getElementsByTagName(a)[0],r=t.createElement(a);r.async=!0,r.src=”https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtm.js?id=GTM-PL4PD49″,m.parentNode.insertBefore(r,m)}(window.parent,window.parent.document,”script”,”dataLayer”);var iframe=window.parent.document.createElement(“iframe”);iframe.src=”https://www.googletagmanager.com/ns.html?id=GTM-PL4PD49″;iframe.height=”0″;iframe.width=”0″;iframe.style=”display:none;visibility:hidden”;window.parent.document.body.appendChild(iframe);window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’] = window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’] || {};if (typeof window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’].firstEmbed === ‘undefined’) {window.parent[‘$$mm-analytics’].firstEmbed = Date.now();} (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images) When it comes to certain positions in the NFL, many people tend to use the same tired old clichés when describing a player, especially when it’s out of the norm for the position. So far … “Ryan Clark Wants People To Stop Using White WR Clichés When Describing Adam Thielen”

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