“With his resources, how could Peterson, the NFL’s MVP, have allowed his son to remain in such an environment? Did he not know, or not care? Or not care to know? Or not know to care,” he continued. “Peterson couldn’t have provided his son a better life, a longer life? Money can’t buy love, but having signed a $96 million deal, he could not have provided his child — apparently his second from a “baby mama” — a safe home?”
Peterson decided to play in Sunday’s game against the Carolina, and that was okay because there is no right or wrong way to mourn the lost of a child.
Maybe Peterson’s son is just one more stands-to-reason murder victim, just another child born to just another “baby mama,” one more kid who never had a shot, anyway. Maybe, by now, even if we can’t accept it, we can expect it,” Mushnick added.
Seriously? This article goes down as one of the most offensive sports columns in the history of all sports writing!