Daily Roundup: Oct. 29

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Oct 29, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • So President Donald Trump got booed. So what? It happened to most of his predecessors. Besides, athletes have heard far worse, writes USA Today’s Nancy Armour.
  • For children of NHL players, grasping hockey as a job is a lot to process. “He thinks it’s like his tee ball team probably in all actuality,” Capitals defenseman John Carlson said of his son Lucca. “He probably doesn’t think I work,”  The Washington Post reports.
  • Four young girls, neglected, malnourished, born into a world of drug addiction and witnesses to abuse. Years before he became the Colts’ GM, Chris Ballard and his wife, Kristin, were left with a choice: What to do about it? The Athletic’s Zak Keefer shares their story.
  • “There is no light at the end of the tunnel. This was not supposed to be my life” A college lineman became a doctor. Thousands of hits later, dementia has made him retire. He’s Only 42. The New York Times’ Michael Powell on T.J. Abraham.

 

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