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In Miami, ‘offensive line’ takes on a new meaning

By Ferd Lewis

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 15, 2014

~~<p>On the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 2012, three Miami Dolphins offensive linemen &quot;jokingly threatened to harm&quot; an assistant trainer of Japanese ancestry &quot;in retaliation for Pearl Harbor.&quot;</p>
<p>Other times they called him a &quot;Jap,&quot; a &quot;Chink,&quot; a &quot;Chinaman,&quot; a &quot;dirty communist&quot; and a &quot;North Korean.&quot;</p>
~~

On the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in 2012, three Miami Dolphins offensive linemen "jokingly threatened to harm" an assistant trainer of Japanese ancestry "in retaliation for Pearl Harbor."

Other times they called him a "Jap," a "Chink," a "Chinaman," a "dirty communist" and a "North Korean." Login for more...



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