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When last we left wine boob, Peter King, he was churning out his annual feature where he cuts and pastes a bunch of commencement speeches and passes it off as a column. PK also groaned endlessly about how the draft is getting moved back three weeks and how it’ll cut into his baseball watching time next year. It being PK, he tried to mask it as concern for all those hard-workin’ football people. Finally, Peter continued to campaign of whining at his laptop until Peet’s moves east. But what about this week? For starters, it’s totally important to rant bitterly at a former Red Sox player in your football column. Just don’t discuss who might be representing DeSean Jackson. PK don’t wanna hear it. Don’t nobody got time for that. READ ON. TURLOCK, Calif. — Colin Kaepernick a Raider. Imagine the change in history. Sweeping, indeed. The inmates in San Quentin would get to root for a player on a team more accustomed to tattoos and criminality. Also, Hitler would have never been born and hum...
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