My apologies on your comments not being approved

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I’m not sure what happened, but something with Movable Type must have changed.

I wondered why there weren’t that many comments from all of you, over the last week or so.

Previously, when you commented on a blog I posted, I would get an email to my Sun-Times account. I would read it, make sure there was nothing profane, then approve it with a click of a button.

At some point, though, something has changed and now I don’t get those emails as consistently. I’ve gotten a couple, which I’ve approved, but I just noticed there are a bunch.

I will figure out why this is happening, and we will come up with a solution. So, comment away, and Mark Potash and I will check every few hours and approve them. Be patient, though, as we get this figured out, and we still navigate through the most ridiculous stretch I’ve ever experienced in 13 years of covering the NFL.

Mark and I will post frequently, and we definitely welcome your insights and even criticisms.

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