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My name is Mark Goldberg. I graduated from Rutgers University in 2012 with a BA in English and Political Science. I have been a diehard fan of the New York Jets since my dad started taking me to games in 1994. It wasn't long after that that I decided I wanted to write about sports. While the fact that I'm a fan may sometimes be apparent in my writing, I always make an effort to remain objective in my observations and fair in my criticisms. At the end of the day, I think all sportswriters have to be fans. The games are only played, after all, for the entertainment of the fans. It is important that all involved in the world of sports (including those who write about it) never forget that fact.
Thanks Mark—always appreciated!
Hey Mark! Thanks for the edits and feedback, it's much appreciated.
Thank you for the edits, Mike!
Great edit, thanks.
thanks for the edits: but stick to changing words in the article instead of the title. The fact remains that the Red Wings can trade for Semin's RIGHTS until July 1 when he is a free agent. I should have specified so theoretically, you were right to change the title. Just understand that a team still owns the rights to a player until July 1.
Thanks for the thorough edit, Mark.
Mark, thanks for the edits.
Wow...quick editing, man. Thanks a ton!