I'm not one to post calling out a message-board in general -- but c'mon. If a professional football player wants to spend time with his kids rather than make the locale of his daily workouts be Foxboro, that's his privilege. And if he and his wife choose to raise their kids in some other city than the one where he's on the team, that's their privilege too. I come from a small family, without strong geographical roots. But even I was separated from my father for a year or so twice, due to his work. If somebody has a lot of extended family and a travel-heavy job, it might make a lot of sense to leave his wife and kids in the area where the family is.