NFL, Houston Texans, Houston Chronicle discussed on Red Eye Radio


News it took the nfl by storm last season were reportedly have an impact on how the houston texans pursue free agent smile two agents to nfl agents told the houston chronicle on saturday that the team has not interested in players who participated in protest during the national anthem there was no official directive any organization but it is understood that the team is not going to pursue anyone who participated in the protest the paper reported the texans uh had their own a controversy during the season when teamowner bob mcnair said that we can't have the inmates running the prison during a meeting of nfl owners ballplayers who protest by kneeling during the uh national anthem he said that if he had a chance to do it over he would've not use that expression mcnair insisted he wasn't referring to the players with his comments he said he was referring to the relationship between the league office and team owners and how they had been making significant strategic decisions affecting our league without adequate input from ownership over the past few years uh a majority of texas responded to mcnair comments by kneeling during the national anthem before the following game so it we brought you the the you know the owner the buffalo bills coming out in uh uh kimba gola just last week in stating has got to be a compromise we talk to the player here's an and what you when i got out of that is basically she is talk to the player she is talked to his hey you nfl allows you to do it you're you're affecting your contract right 2020 players contracts up euroready being told you were told before this all happened before capper nick even kneeled you were told you better.

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