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Denzel Ward pays off mortgage on mother's house

A $29-million contract allows you to do nice things for others.

Such as pay off the mortgage of your mother's house, on Mother's Day no less.

Yes, that is exactly what former Ohio State cornerback Denzel Ward did last Sunday, as he told NFL Total Access on Tuesday.

Ward, who was the No. 4 overall selection of the 2018 NFL Draft by the Cleveland Browns last month, and here is what he told NFL Total Access about the surprise gift for his mother, Nicole Ward.

“I actually just did something for her for Mother’s Day. I’m paying for her mortgage of her house. I’m paying her house off, so she doesn’t have to worry about that anymore.”

It is a heartwarming story in many ways. Ward has always been close with his mother, but that bond became even tighter when Ward's father, Paul, passed away in 2016.

Here is what I wrote about Ward moments after he was drafted by the Browns:

Ward could be one of the most bust-proof players in this year's draft. He has excellent speed (he tied for the fastest 40 time at the '18 combine at 4.32) and coverage skills, and he is a good/willing tackler to boot. He is one of those guys that you can almost guaranteee will be a fixture in the league for many years to come, barring some sort of serious injury.

Women's student debt will soon hit $1 trillion

There are a variety of reasons why this is the case, according to Miller. For one, women typically have to rely more on loans to finance college because they earn less from their work before they enter college (if they have a job before they start) and while they’re in school.

And once women graduate college, the gender pay gap continues to play a role. Women working full-time with college degrees earn 26% less than their male colleagues, according to AAUW, delaying their efforts to repay their loans. On average, men paid off roughly 38% of their student between one and four years of graduating college, while women only paid off 31%.

All of this means that women aren’t reaping as much financially from their degrees as men, though they’re attending college in higher numbers. That dynamic is the result of a complicated mix of factors, Miller said. Women are getting more degrees because they recognize that they need more education to match men’s earnings, Miller said. But they need to go into debt, and more debt than men, on average, to do so.

What social class am I?

Hey I was wondering if you could help me out, I've always wondered what my families social class is.


Bloody Brit obsession with class, the bane of this country.
You are middle class.