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In addition to the "correction" for "double-dipping" which will deduct whatever Social Security award players might receive from their NFL disability checks, there are other provisions equally if not more concerning.
First, to clarify, while some disabled players receive as much as $11,500 per month in disability pay and likely receive about $2,000 from Social Security Disability, this is very much on the high end. Others are only getting around $3,000 per month and about $1,200 in SSD.
This would be devastating to the players on the lower end of the scale, reducing them to about $1,800 per month. Beyond this, the new CBA seeks to begin eliminating SSD determinations as automatic approval.
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🕵💻QArmy Thread💻🕵

🕵This is for every one of the #DigitalSoldiers in this fight!

💻I saw this Chan #post and it got me #motivated. I just want to share the feeling.

(I use #QArmy to describe all #QAnons. #QAnon said we are part of the #Army)👥👥👥👥

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First, I would like to say #ThanQ you for taking on this fight. We are writing history. Without [YOU], there wouldn't be a #fight. And #trust me, #TheWorldIsWatching.

Not only are we taking our #country back, but we are setting an #example for the #world. #Patriots around the
world are #standing up against the #evil that controls this world. This is the most #important time of our lives.

I am so #proud to be in this #fight with you. This is our time! We are the #TruthKeepers.

#ThePlan is playing out perfectly. #Patriots are doing an #awesome #job.⬇
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When I was going to 5th grade, I heard my 4th grade teacher tell my new one to “Watch out for this kid.” That following school year, I sensed a target on my back, all because of what my old teacher told my new one. At 9 yrs old, I felt like I was guilty before I’d done anything.
No matter what good I did that 5th grade year, I could tell that my teacher still always viewed me as “the troublemaker.” I was never given the chance to prove myself as a good student—again, because my 4th grade teacher told my story for me, instead of letting me tell it.
Thankfully, I cared more about what my mom thought of me, and of how I viewed myself, than about how I appeared to my 4th & 5th grade teachers. I wasn’t the perfect student, but even then, I knew I was no “troublemaker,” or one to “watch out for.” #KnowYourWorth
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