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Should women be able to play NFL?

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Started: 12/19/2013 Category: Sports
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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lmk323

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Women... We are strong, and capable. We should be able to play what we want, TO DO WHAT WE WANT! People cant hold us back from having fun.
WalleyKing

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Id like to begin by Thanking my opponent.

I must say this resolution is invalid on the account of there being no NFL rule against women playing in the national football league one of the first to make history as a NFL player was Lauren Siblerman " The 28-year-old New York City resident will become the first female to participate in the weekend event, which features local players who weren't invited to last week's showcase in Indianapolis. Despite having no game experience at any level, the former club soccer player at the University of Wisconsin will try to advance to the Super Regional Combine next month in Dallas as a place-kicker."

Source: http://www.usatoday.com...
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Posted by zestog3 3 years ago
zestog3
Sure.. good luck trying to take a position from a top athlete male.
Posted by whatledge 3 years ago
whatledge
Figures, the first woman to play in the NFL would be a kicker... but this is very interesting and historical indeed.
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