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Akiem Hicks: I stood for the anthem because I feared being blackballed
Bears defensive lineman Akiem Hicks says many more NFL players would have joined Colin Kaepernick in kneeling for the national anthem, but they worried about losing their jobs. Hicks said he believes the...
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President Trump forced Drew Brees to pick a side, and he did
Before Friday afternoon, Saints quarterback Drew Brees had issued multiple apologies for reiterating his viewpoint on peaceful protests during the national anthem without addressing whether he had abandoned...
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Drew Brees answers President Trump: This is not an issue about the flag
Drew Brees answered President Donald Trump in a Friday night post on social media. He also answered the question of whether his feelings about kneeling during the national anthem have changed. The president...
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NBA schedules draft on same night as NFL game — and presidential debate
The NBA may want to rethink its revamped schedule for 2020. The new schedule culminates in Game Seven (if necessary) of the 2019-2020 NBA Finals on Monday, October 12. Three nights later, the league will...
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NFL stops short of saying exactly what the players wanted
The fact that the NFL so quickly and convincingly responded to Thursday night’s video from players was jarring, and inspiring. It was the finest moment of Commissioner Roger Goodell, one in which on...
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Arian Foster’s perspective should help those who stand for the anthem understand why some don’t
Throughout the past 12 days, there have been moments that have resonated with many, for various different reasons. One of the moments that impacted me the most came from former NFL running back Arian Foster...
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Matt Nagy will see plenty of preseason reps before picking Foles or Trubisky
Bears coach Matt Nagy indicated that preseason play will be of utmost importance in Chicago’s quarterback competition. Nagy said he’ll get a long look at both Nick Foles and Mitchell Trubisky...
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John Elway: I am not going to stay on the sideline as we all can be part of the solution
Broncos coach Vic Fangio’s comment that he doesn’t “see racism at all” in the NFL was not well received either inside the team or outside of it. He apologized, and Broncos’...
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Chiefs cut Felton Davis with non-football injury
The Chiefs cut receiver Felton Davis with a non-football injury designation Friday, according to the NFL’s transactions report. Davis, 23, originally signed with the Chiefs in 2019 as an undrafted...
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NFL social-media employee helped put together Thursday’s player video
As it turns out, the video published by the NFL on Friday featuring Commissioner Roger Goodell is only the second-best video in which the league office had a hand this week. Per a league source, an NFL...
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What does the league’s new position mean for Colin Kaepernick?
The video published by Commissioner Roger Goodell on Friday regarding the league’s position on racism and peaceful protests represents Goodell’s finest moment in nearly 14 years on the job. But...
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Roger Goodell: We admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier
NFL players called out the league’s initial statement from Roger Goodell, which was released Saturday. Vikings linebacker Eric Kendricks was the most pointed, saying, “Your statement said...
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Matt Ryan “really impressed” with Todd Gurley
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has held workouts at Golden West College in Huntington Beach, California, this offseason as he has in previous offseasons. One of the players he has worked with “a...
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NFL to players: “We hear you”
The National Football League has responded to the demands articulated in the video posted by several prominent players on Thursday night. The league, at its Twitter account, has retweeted the full video,...
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Michael Jordan, Jordan Brand pledge $100 million to support racial equality
Michael Jordan, who owns the Charlotte Hornets, and his Jordan Brand announced a $100 million pledge over the next 10 years to organizations supporting racial equality, social justice and greater access to...
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Texans special teams coordinator Brad Seely retires
The Texans have a prominent position to fill on Bill O’Brien’s coaching staff. Special teams coordinator Brad Seely announced his retirement on Friday. Seely was in his third year with the...
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Adrian Peterson will “without a doubt” kneel during national anthem
We already have our first NFL player who isn’t prepared to go along with the advice of President Donald Trump. Washington running back Adrian Peterson said he definitely planned to kneel during the...
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Adrian Peterson: Drew Brees isn’t racist, but he should see things from our view
Everyone, it seems, has an opinion on Drew Brees‘ national anthem stance. Even President Donald Trump has weighed in on Twitter. The controversy surrounding the Saints quarterback has become the...
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Vikings players distribute food, water, essential goods in Minneapolis Friday
A number of Vikings players attended George Floyd’s memorial service in Minneapolis on Thursday and many of those players were back in the community on Friday to assist in getting food, water and...
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Nike pledges $40 million over four years to support the black community
Nike pledged $40 million over four years to support the black community, the company announced Friday. The company’s commitment, made on behalf of the Nike, Jordan and Converse brands collectively,...
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Donald Trump: Drew Brees should not have apologized, we all should stand
President Trump weighed in today on the controversy surrounding Drew Brees, saying the Saints’ quarterback was right to criticize kneeling during the national anthem and wrong to apologize for his...
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Malcolm Jenkins has been silent, for the most part
Since posting a pair of passionate, emotional videos on Wednesday reacting to Drew Brees‘ controversial comments reiterating his belief that he “will never agree with anybody disrespecting the...
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Report: More than half of NFL coaching staffs not at team facilities
The NFL allowed coaching staffs to return to the workplace Friday with the approval of state and local authorities. The 49ers coaches weren’t allowed to go back to the team facility because a Santa...
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Matt Patricia joins Lions players at march in Belle Isle
Word on Thursday was that some current Lions players would take part in a Friday march protesting police brutality organized by former Lions running back Joique Bell in Belle Isle, Michigan and they got...
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SoFi Stadium worker dies after fall from roof
A worker at the new stadium being built for the Rams and Chargers has died in a fall. The SoFi Stadium worker fell 50 to 60 feet while working on the stadium’s roof, the Los Angeles Times reports....
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Titans offensive coordinator: Corey Davis is a big part of our offense
The Titans did not exercise the fifth-year option on receiver Corey Davis‘ contract. That means Davis is scheduled to become a free agent in 2021. In a contract season, Davis has much to prove. Davis...
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Kyle Long denies report of Jets interest
The Jets might have asked, but Kyle Long is apparently not interested in coming back. According to Rick Tarsitano of WGN, Long was asked if there was any truth to the report from the New York Daily News...
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Buccaneers will open facility June 10, coaches likely back week of June 15
The Buccaneers are getting ready to reopen their facility. The team announced on Friday, via multiple reporters, that they will begin the first phase of the reopening process on Wednesday, June 10. That...
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Doug Marrone, Dave Caldwell march with Jaguars players
Members of the Jaguars marched from their stadium to the steps of the sheriff’s department Friday to protest inequality and police brutality. The march included General Manager Dave Caldwell, coach...
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The Simms top 40 quarterback countdown, No. 27: Andy Dalton
The Red Rifle will wear a blue star this season, and he has landed higher than expected in the annual Chris Simms top 40 quarterback countdown. Andy Dalton comes in at No. 27 on Simms’ list. Yes, No....
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Big Ben, Gronk are co-favorites for Comeback Player of the Year
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski are the co-favorites to win the Comeback Player of the Year award for the 2020 season. Roethlisberger and Gronkowski are both...
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Packers sign Jon Runyan Jr. to rookie deal
The Packers signed another one of their draft picks, who was part of an effort to add line depth. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Packers signed sixth-round pick Jon Runyan Jr. to his rookie deal....
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Report: Jets have talked to Kyle Long about coming out of retirement
The Jets coaxed center Ryan Kalil out of a brief retirement ahead of the 2019 season and they have reportedly spoken to another offensive lineman about reversing course this year. Manish Mehta of the New...
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Broncos to participate in march Saturday
Another team has decided to take its advocacy to the streets. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, Broncos players and coaches are going to be part of a peaceful protest tomorrow at the State Capitol. Cornerback...
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Cowboys: We have to come together to change the system
Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott pledged $1 million toward improving police training and addressing systemic racism this week and he also makes an appearance in a video statement the team released on Friday...
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Bill Belichick’s silence becomes conspicuous
In this historic moment, there is no middle ground. The choices are to support the notion of equality, liberty, and justice for all, or not to. Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore, the 2019 NFL defensive...
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Namath: We need to do better
Broadway Joe stresses the importance of respect, empathy and education while the country is hurting and healing.
Kraft family pledges $1 million to groups promoting equity, fighting systemic racism
The Kraft family said in a statement earlier this week that the United States is in need of “deep healing” in order to end the systemic racism, police brutality and other inequality that has...
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Charles Barkley calls reaction to Drew Brees’ comments “overkill”
As Saints quarterback Drew Brees has taken significant criticism this week for equating kneeling during the national anthem with disrespecting the country, not everyone thinks that criticism is fair....
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Colts expect a lot of competition on defensive line
Colts defensive line coach Brian Baker got quite a gift in March. Baker said “it was like Christmas” when he learned that the team made a trade with the 49ers to acquire defensive tackle...
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Alexander Mattison: “The time is now for change”
The group of Vikings players who attended Thursday’s memorial for George Floyd included running back Alexander Mattison. After the event, Mattison explained the experience to Vikings.com. “That...
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Chiefs sign S Andrew Soroh
The Chiefs added a safety to their roster on Friday. The agents for safety Andrew Soroh announced that their client had agreed to a deal with Kansas City. It’s a second tour of duty with the Chiefs...
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Matt Ryan donates $500,000 to help Atlanta’s black community
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has pledged $500,000 toward a fundraiser he’s establishing to help the black community in Atlanta. Via Vaughn McClure of ESPN, the Falcons quarterback hopes to raise $2...
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Bruce Arians would start Tua Tagovailoa, if he’s healthy
The Dolphins have three competent quarterbacks, including rookie Tua Tagovailoa. Coach Brian Flores showed in 2019 a willingness to play the best guy, period. It’s unclear whether he’ll do that...
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Kyle Shanahan believes Jimmy Garoppolo has ability to be an all-time great QB
49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo doesn’t have to wonder whether he has the support of his head coach. Kyle Shanahan stuck with Garoppolo after a 2018 torn ACL, stood up for him after a rough fourth...
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Raiders open stadium doors to reveal 85-foot Al Davis torch
For now, Raiders owner Mark Davis is sweating the looming deadlines for the opening of his team’s new stadium. Eventually, the beads of perspiration on his forehead may be due to the heat from the...
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Dak donates $1M to improve police training
Mike Florio and Big Cat applaud Dak Prescott for donating $1 million to help improve police training and address systematic racism through education and advocacy in our country.
Jaguars lead march for racial justice in Jacksonville
In cities throughout America, peaceful protests continue regarding the chronic mistreatment of African-American citizens who are, under this nation’s founding documents, are supposed to possess the...
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Brian Daboll: Jake Fromm has a lot of work to do to earn his teammates’ trust
A day after Bills rookie quarterback Jake Fromm admitted to sending a racist text message last year, his offensive coordinator is giving him a qualified show of support. Bills offensive coordinator Brian...
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PFT Draft: NFL's best all-time 'other guys'
MIke Florio and Big Cat draft the best "other guys" of all-time, including Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne and Giants linebacker Harry Carson.
Foster's message highlights importance of empathy
Former NFL running back Arian Foster spoke out on Pardon My Take about how important empathy is when talking about racial inequalities.
Colts GM Ballard learning from protests
Colts GM Chris Ballard opened up about what he's learned over the last few weeks as protests continue around the U.S. and emphasizes the importance of listening.
Lions to begin re-opening facility next week
The Lions have vowed to be patient in getting back to work, and that’s shown in their approach to reopening their facility. The team just announced they’d begin the first phase of bringing...
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