Eriq Gardner

Eriq Gardner is a writer living in New York.

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April 22 2010 11:14 AMNFL Draft DodgersHow an obscure rookie named James "Yazoo" Smith almost got pro football's draft outlawed.
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Oct. 24 2007 2:21 PMDefense Rocks!How Colorado's fielding wizardry will change baseball forever.
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March 9 2003 5:26 AMSticks and Drones
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Feb. 23 2003 6:42 AMTo Angola, With Love
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Feb. 2 2003 5:19 AMNo Coming Home
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Jan. 26 2003 11:03 AMWho's the Underdog?
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Dec. 27 2002 6:27 AMClone Heads
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Dec. 18 2002 6:13 AMMissile Defense: Zero Impact?
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Nov. 3 2002 5:08 AMWinner Takes 0?
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Oct. 18 2002 5:42 AMSpies 'R' Us
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Sept. 29 2002 7:02 AMHave You Seen Her Lately?
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Sept. 1 2002 10:13 AMExchanging Vows
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Aug. 18 2002 7:09 AMPartners Entwined
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July 7 2002 9:34 AMNone of Your Business
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June 9 2002 6:21 AMThe Whirled World Cop
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April 23 2009 5:57 PMRookie AbuseIn 1970, James "Yazoo" Smith sued the NFL to shut down the draft. What happened next?
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March 15 2003 7:13 AMThree Men and So Little Maybe
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Feb. 28 2003 6:21 AMThe Missile Dismissal
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Feb. 14 2003 6:41 AMReady. Set. Vote.
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Jan. 31 2003 5:59 AMDrive, or Be Driven
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Jan. 12 2003 8:12 AMDead Men Stopping
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Dec. 20 2002 5:16 AMKung Pow: Enter the Frist
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Dec. 6 2002 6:07 AMArms Cause Alarms
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Nov. 2 2002 7:25 AMJudgment Day
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Oct. 4 2002 6:53 AMMissing Bullets
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Sept. 8 2002 1:05 PMBlair Cares
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Aug. 25 2002 8:31 AMThe Labor Party
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July 23 2002 5:48 AMTarget Down
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June 16 2002 5:48 AMAccounts Receivable
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June 2 2002 5:44 AMCommence the Offense

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