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- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 14:50:53 +0000: Danny Shelton will upgrade Patriots' strength on defensive line - www.espn.com - NFL
Lawrence Guy also should help up front after making a strong first impression on the coaching staff.
- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 14:50:32 +0000: Kemoko Turay's path to NFL began with father's blessing - www.espn.com - NFL
The Colts' second-round draft pick didn't play varsity football until his senior year of high school, when his dad finally decided to let him play.
- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 13:35:03 +0000: Buying pizza for an entire party? That's just the tip of the iceberg to one NFL player's kindness - www.espn.com - NFL
Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham's airport act of kindness was just the tip of his compassionate iceberg. Some stories from those he has affected.
- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 13:24:13 +0000: Fantasy football sleepers, busts, breakouts for 2018 - www.espn.com - NFL
Our panel of fantasy football analysts offers expected surprise performers, disappointments and those who will take their game to another level.
- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 00:12:12 +0000: Trump criticizes NFL anthem policy on Twitter - www.espn.com - NFL
One day after the NFL said it is halting its enforcement of anthem rules, President Donald Trump tweeted out criticism of the NFL and called for action from commissioner Roger Goodell.
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- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 17:00:42 +0000: Shahid Khan keen for Wembley to be a key player either side of the Atlantic - NFL | The Guardian
Mark Lamping, one of Khan’s most trusted lieutenants, insists English football is sacrosanct at the national stadium and the huge interest in the NFL will be important to its future
“There is absolutely nothing that has arisen since this entered the public domain that has been a surprise to us.” On the basis Shahid Khan’s £900m bid to purchase Wembley was the conclusion to years of planning, perhaps this is hardly revelatory stuff from Mark Lamping, one of the Pakistani-American billionaire’s most trusted lieutenants. It is, however, important that such background work took place: Khan’s ongoing attempt to remove English football’s national stadium from the Football Association’s ownership has triggered the necessary battling of widespread perception.
In London the vital public relations element relates to Wembley retaining historic status. There is another, significant challenge on the opposite side of the Atlantic. Khan’s ownership of the Jacksonville Jaguars, plus the NFL team’s now recurring fixtures at Wembley, fuelled the notion of a permanent switch.Continue reading...
- Sat, 21 Jul 2018 00:04:23 +0000: Trump says NFL players who kneel for anthem shouldn't play – or be paid - NFL | The Guardian
- President ‘can’t believe’ NFL anthem debate remains in play
- Trump proposes two-step punishment for players who kneel
President Donald Trump is once again inserting himself into the culture war over protests by NFL athletes during the national anthem.
Trump tweeted on Friday that he “can’t believe” the debate has reignited after the Associated Press reported on the Miami Dolphins formally telling players they could be punished for protesting on the field. The NFL and NFL Players Association said in a joint statement Thursday night they were halting enforcement of all anthem rules while they work out a solution.
The NFL National Anthem Debate is alive and well again - can’t believe it! Isn’t it in contract that players must stand at attention, hand on heart? The $40,000,000 Commissioner must now make a stand. First time kneeling, out for game. Second time kneeling, out for season/no pay!Continue reading...
- Fri, 20 Jul 2018 20:16:44 +0000: NFL and players' union freeze anthem rules amid backlash to Dolphins' policy - NFL | The Guardian
- NFL, NFLPA issue joint statement announcing rules freeze
- Dolphins players reportedly faced four-game ban for kneeling
- Ratings down, revenues up: have protests really hurt the NFL?
- Latest: Trump says kneeling players shouldn’t play or be paid
The NFL’s two-month old national anthem policy is on hold.
Hours after the Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week, the league and the players’ union issued a joint statement late Thursday night saying the two sides are talking things out.
The NFL and NFLPA have just released this joint statement on the anthem issue. pic.twitter.com/1BXhjWBeXeContinue reading...
- Fri, 20 Jul 2018 09:00:03 +0000: TV ratings down, team revenues up: have protests really hurt the NFL? - NFL | The Guardian
Donald Trump believes that players’ attempts to highlights racial injustice have hurt the league. But the figures suggest otherwise
The NFL machine restarts this week with the opening of training camps. And, if Donald Trump is to be believed, the league is close to collapse, with a crumbling fanbase and plummeting television ratings, all because some players kneeled in protest during the national anthem last season.
“NFL attendance and ratings are WAY DOWN,” Trump tweeted last September. “Boring games, yes, but many stay away because they love our country. League should back U.S.”Continue reading...
- Wed, 18 Jul 2018 20:18:44 +0000: UNC coach says softening of football could bring down America and military - NFL | The Guardian
- ‘Our game is under attack’ laments UNC coach Larry Fedora
- Fedora warns softening of football threatens America’s future
University of North Carolina head coach Larry Fedora believes the rule changes implemented in recent years to limit head injuries and make football less violent could have grave consequences for the sport – and America’s military.
“Our game is under attack,” Fedora said on Wednesday at the ACC’s preseason media day in Greensboro. “I fear that the game will get pushed so far to one extreme that you won’t recognize the game 10 years from now. And I do believe that if it gets to that point, that our country goes down, too.”
And here's Larry describing his meeting with a General who attributed US military superiority to playing football: pic.twitter.com/oZnAzc7QB4Continue reading...