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Violence Athletes in America

Summary: Increasingly, more athletes are being charged and convicted of crimes and violence is sometimes seen in the playing arena. Sports violence like this has a poor influence on children.
The actions of some pro athletes are having a negative affect on children. You could make an all-star team with athletes who have committed violent crimes. People like Mike Tyson, Lawrence Phillips, Christian Peter, Anthony Peeler, Sean Burke, and Will Codero are just a few names on the list (Plenty 1). There are many factors as to why athletes have such a negative influence. One of those reasons is the way these people were brought up. It seems the desire for respect has skipped a generation. Athletes have turned the idea of sportsmanship upside down. Players like Michael Jordan were taught in college how to be part of a team. Now college is just a rest stop for many players on their way to the pros. (Sappenfield 1) "Young players who have been coddled since their teenage years have little respect for authority." It seems that with athletes growing even...

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