In a few weeks, National Football League owners are going to consider a proposed rule governing the use of the N-word during a football game. If the rule goes into effect, any team with a player who uses the N-word during a game, will be assessed a 15-yard penalty.

Players, young and old, disagree on the rule.

Here are Michael Wilbon and Jason Whitlock from ESPN's Outside the Lines debating the merits of the proposed new rule.

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