Young, L., Motz, V., Markey, E., Young, S., & Beaschler, R. (2017). Recommendations for Best Disinfectant Practices to Reduce the Spread of Infection via Wrestling Mats. Journal of Athletic Training, 52(2), 82–88.https://doi.org/10.4085/1062-6050-52.1.02
Background: This article is about the best recommendations for the the best disinfect practices to reduce the spread of infection via wrestling mats. Also, it’s about it’s about finding out different ways to reduce infection between other wrestlers.
How I used it: I used this article to support the idea that checking your skin will reduce the ability to get skin diseases from other wrestlers. Also, I used this article to show how you need to take care of your skin because skin diseases are most common in wrestling because it’s high contact sport.
Anderson, B. (2012). Effectiveness of Body Wipes as an Adjunct to Reducing Skin Infections in High School Wrestlers. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 22(5), 424–429. https://doi.org/10.1097/JSM.0b013e3182592439
Background: The background of this article is that the wrestlers need to use wipes to reduce the ability to get skin diseases while wrestling. Also, if you don’t use the wipes and wrestle instead then you’ll have a higher chance of getting skin disease. But it’s also about making sure that wrestlers take care of their body so that they have a lower chance of getting skin diseases.
How I used it: I used this article to prove that wrestlers who use wipes before wrestling will radically reduce the ability to get skin diseases from wrestling. Also, I used this to show that wrestlers who use wipes after wrestling and before wrestling won’t have to worry about get skin infections because they will be safe.
Mallmann, W. L. (1924). HYGIENE OF WRESTLING MATS. American Journal of Public Health, 14(7), 569-570. (1924). https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/pdf/10.2105/AJPH.14.7.569
Background: The background of this article is that proper hygiene of wrestling mats will radically reduce the ability to get skin diseases from wrestling. Also, it’s about cleaning wrestling mats before and after wrestling competition. Even wrestlers have to make it a priority to clean the wrestling mats before and after wrestling practice.
How I used it: This article is part of my thesis that you get skin diseases from wrestling. Also, I used it to show that wrestlers need to help reduce skin diseases while wrestling because you cleaned the wrestling mat before and after competition. Even wrestling without cleaning the wrestling mat will make a high risk of getting skin diseases from wrestling.
Silverman, R. A. (2000). Office-based treatment of pediatric skin disease. Pediatric Clinics of North America, 47(4), 859-865. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0031395505702443
Background: This article is about the Office-based treatment of pediatric skin disease in the sport of wrestling. Also, it’s about how to reduce the spread of skin diseases with other wrestlers. Even wrestlers have to learn how to reduce skin diseases from wrestling so they don’t need to be treated for pediatric skin disease.
How I used it: This source perfectly exemplifies my thesis in action. That when wrestling you are most likely to get skin diseases or infections from the sport. Also, it help supports my argument that wrestling gives wrestlers skin diseases.
Skin Conditions in Wrestlers. (2011). In Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine.
Background: This article is about different skin infections you may have from wrestling every single day. Also, this article talks about the different skin diseases and the side effects of having these types of skin diseases from wrestling. Even its about how to stay safe from these different types of skin diseases that you may come across on day when wrestling. Lastly, not every single wrestler will get skin diseases from wrestling; but you just need to learn to take care of your skin and take a shower after wrestling.
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Finlay, J. (2020). Wentz’s contract GIVES Eagles WORST QB situation in NFC East. Retrieved April 12, 2021, from https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/football-team/carson-wentz-and-his-contract-gives-eagles-worst-qb-situation-nfc-east
Background: The Philadelphia Eagles have recently found themselves in the middle of one of the messiest financial situations in NFL history because of a series of bad contracts, and the biggest being their former Quarterback Carson Wentz. The Eagles in the summer of 2019 signed Wentz to a 4-year $128M extension to be their Quarterback of the future. 2 years later, Wentz resides in Indianapolis and the Eagles now have to pay the largest dead cap hit in NFL history at $34.7M.
How I used it: I used this article as an example of how committing a massive amount of money to a Quarterback too early can cause more harm to the success of the team than aid. I used this article in my rebuttal to further prove my point that paying Quarterbacks a substantial amount of money is more of a risk than it is a benefit to a team’s future.
Rolfe, B. (2021). Deshaun Watson’s contract DETAILS, salary cap impact, and bonuses. Retrieved March 28, 2021, from https://www.profootballnetwork.com/deshaun-watson-contract-breakdown-salary-bonuses/#:~:text=Deshaun%20Watson%20and%20the%20Houston,fourth%20year%20of%20his%20career.
Background: The Houston Texans recently signed their franchise Quarterback to a 4-year $156M contract shortly before the start of the 2020 NFL season. After a year of seemingly everything going wrong for the team, Watson has expressed his discontent with the team and is currently attempting to force his way out by requesting to be traded. The financial catastrophe that would be experienced by the Texans should he be traded would be substantially large and would be paying him a large amount of money to play for a different team next season.
How I used it: The financial cap hit for the release of Deshaun Watson would absolutely cripple their salary cap and restrict them from making moves in free agency to better their team by paying a player to play elsewhere next season. This article further supported my thesis that paying a quarterback a substantial amount of the salary cap hurts a team in the long run more than helps them.
Schalter, Ty. (2017). “The Art of Navigating the NFL Salary Cap.” Bleacher Report, Bleacher Report, 19 Sept. 2017, bleacherreport.com/articles/1956430-the-art-of-navigating-the-nfl-salary-cap.
Background: This article details just how difficult it is to navigate around an NFL salary cap. There are ways to work around everything through restructures and signing bonuses to lessen the yearly cap hit from a contract. The Seattle Seahawks were the example used and in 2013 were the perfect example of how to successfully build a roster while also managing the salary cap efficiently.
How I used it: I used this article in my causal argument and definition rewrite to give the reader more of an idea on just how a championship roster can be constructed without the necessity of paying a Quarterback an obscene amount of money. The 2013 Seattle Seahawks were the perfect example of how playing “Moneyball” is just as effective or even more effective than committing a substantial amount of the salary cap toward one player.
Torres, Blanca. (2019). “Debate Swirls around CEO Pay.” Baltimoresun.com, Baltimore Sun, 6 Apr. 2019, http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/bal-bz.ex.payequity15may15-story.html.
Background: This article talks about how Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream for a brief time enforced a policy where the CEO could not make more than a certain times the amount of the lowest paid employee to make wage dispersion throughout a company more fair and balanced.
How I used it: I believe the NFL could institute a policy like this in order to limit the amount a Quarterback would make to allow teams to more effectively disperse resources throughout the entire roster to field a better product which not only improve the overall product of the NFL, but improve the income of the league and all 32 teams as well.