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Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

00:56 min | 4 min ago

Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

"I think they're counting on himto really have a big season when you kind of look at their inaction undersea with soft season so To be counting on him this much. Ah, in the way that they are not only on the field but sitting in a big way, but also to be that veteran and kind of one of the leaders in the locker room and again kind of going to something I said earlier. Like, you know, it seemed like the team of Conolly and on him a little bit with some of these social justice conversations. So this definitely again not a great looking and I, You know, I was kind of thinking today myself. The oil. Wouldn't it be good for the U. S to have won their most their best locker room leaders they've had in years in Malcolm Jenkins right now, like someone to kind of step up and leave their our locker room and not to say that You have someone else step up in that role that kind of I just thought that as well as the absence of not from Jenkins here looms large again and kind of this. Why, you know that was a big absences. You just don't have that scene from the voice in the locker room right now, someone who could step up and going back to extra quickly. Riley Cooper and everything that happened but that I mean, Michael Vick was huge in that, like he stepped up and he was an important voice in that time, and you're just another guy like Jason a lot, and I just don't know what the voices are in the locker right now. Maybe it's course the winds War's accurate or whoever stepping up but good enough to Sean Jackson right now. Understood. And, yeah, they still have to fill that void that Malcolm leaves with his going to do Orleans pose on the field, and you're right very much so in the locker room as a leader as well, one last NFL question for your blog. Two days ago was about the Patrick Mahomes. Oh my God. Half a $1,000,000,000 contract delay of 24 48 hours, but about the Sean Jackson and the foolish things that he put on social Mattia media. Kind of going under the radar. Because of these two pretty big stories is the fact that the NFL is still in collective bargaining, angry ah, with their players. With the return. Well, not actually the return. But the attempt to play the Ah national pandemic, and I did see one report today that the NFL has suggested That the players put upwards of 35% of their salaries that here in escrow to be determined at a later date is too how badly the NFL doesn't make its Not there here. That because they may not have fans in the stands. The teams are going to generate that kind of revenues that they usually dio and oh, by the way, the players signed most of their salaries, knowing that they were And not knowing that they were going to be playing in a pandemic season. We know how heated and contentious between came between MLB players and the ownership there in there, commissioner Is this going to get done? Is this something that they'll just get them because it has to get done that they'll be able to work through it. Or is this a story that over the next week or so is going to start to blow up. And the whole NFL is gonna have to pipe the corroded by will of fighting themselves on getting back out onto the field having a story that's going to come Pretty significant. I mean, you look at what you said about baseball, the kind of issue there. I mean, it could get ugly. You know, before it gets better, although you know things ultimately did work out at a time between those two sides. They always say deadlines for action. And, you know, it's a tricky situation. Now you're being an optimist. Maybe you look at the fact that the NFL in the NFL ph enabled, agree I unexpectedly on the new C B a back in March. I feel like that kind of you know what smoother than they could have Now, I think he's kind of past. Relatively narrowly. It wasn't like overwhelmingly in favour of the B A. But still there was enough approval to get by, and I think you know, I think back to 2011 when there was a lock out the players in the league. Clearly, we're further apart. So maybe there's hope that in the spirit of the time here, too That they can kind of figure something out here. But In general, just you know the concept that like this could be another thing that throws a wretch and in an NFL season. I mean, this is one of many things that still seems to be a roadblock. And really, when you come to look at the climate of the country, and you have cases rising And you have some of these sports leagues that are kind of like restarting. Also kind of having to take step back along the way, and you know the way these against baseball teams. You know, this is not my element here, Georgie. But some of these baseball teams here that are kind of seems like they're having steaks that back and kind of wholesome spring training or the reach spring training wherever they even call it these days, So it just seems to me that like there's still a lot of work to be done here in general, and I would not be surprised if there's more delay just because of this, in addition to the actual virus itself. In the risk that runs in fact that there's so many people involved in these NFL work environments between the players and the coaches and the training staff and all that, and Point being like they still have a lot of hurdles to jump there. The one thing that we can take some solace from is the fact that the NFL's got you TV contract and if they play games Then they're going to get paid. Everybody's gonna get paid. They're going to lose out on 80,000 seats filled arenas. That's not come. Kane trading stretch of imagination, but it's only 16 games and they do have a mega TV contract. So the dollars they'll be fighting over aren't his greatest. They were in baseball where they are more dependent on the people coming through the turnstiles and filling up their blog. Great stuff. As always, you should check out The article his AA buddy wrote about from a Jewish writer's perception in position. How the Eagle should handle kept Florida It was a very well done article. Make sure you check that out. Cake out. Brandon is well, I'm bleeding green nation.

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Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on ESPN Radio

ESPN Radio

00:35 min | 19 min ago

Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on ESPN Radio

"Of Tuesday and trying to mitigate the damage from his social media posts and anti Semitic message that he attributed to Adolf Hitler and admiration for nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. Eagles on Tuesday responded, calling Jackson's posts offensive harmful and absolutely appalling. And they said the team would take appropriate action. Team owner Jeffrey Laurie and general manager Howie Roseman are Jewish. The NFL releasing a statement Tuesday, calling Jackson's comments highly inappropriate, offensive, divisive. The league, saying they stand in stark contrast to the NFL's values of respect, equality and inclusion. And Tuesday to Sean Jackson. Back on Instagram. I've been getting a lot of feedback from Instagram post my strawberry story. I just wantto Extend our apology on behalf of me and what I stand for because I'm wearing this fair and I never want to put any raise down or any people down and my post was definitely not intended free. Anybody of any burst of feeling any self away, especially Jewish community posted what are posted. I definitely didn't mean it today. Step that you take it and I just want to let you guys.

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Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on Rich Eisen

Rich Eisen

00:38 sec | 23 min ago

Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on Rich Eisen

"Now NFL world. Still responding to the Online anti Semitic postings by this Sean Jackson Eagles, issuing a statement saying that they will take appropriate action. NBC SPORTS Philadelphia says Jackson Has apologized to T Motor, Jeffrey Lurie and GM Howie Roseman, but we will see what their response is. Meanwhile, Chiefs coach Andy Reid says he's not thinking about retirement he made coach into his seventies the NFL reportedly approaching the NFLPA about putting 35% of players salaries. In escrow to help manage cost this season, it was rejected. Nets guard Spencer generally testing positive for covert 19 He will now sit out the MBA restart in Orlando after two positive test his teammate O'Ryan Prince also testing positive for Nets. Players will miss the MBA restart in Orlando. Do DeKoven tests? I'm Ralph Urban..

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Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on ESPN Radio

ESPN Radio

01:55 min | 28 min ago

Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on ESPN Radio

"Likable guy and what? Ah what a role model for a lot of people who maybe weren't NASCAR fans or really didn't pay attention in NASCAR until the last couple of weeks. I mean, if you're just coming into the sport What? What a driver to pull for in trouble, Wallace, there is absolutely no doubt, Elissa. No doubt whatsoever. What are you expecting to hear? You work for the SEC Network, your sideline analyst and field reporter. I'd do the same thing here on ESPN Radio for college and pro football. What are you expecting to hear from the Ivy League tomorrow? And then what kind of a domino do you think that is going to set in place? Because I do believe that they're going to announce their going to spring football. Yeah, I don't have any inside information for the Ivy League, but everything I've read would indicate that that's what's going to happen on Wednesday. I don't know how that will affect the power five or the S E c. You know, As of right now, the last statement that the SEC put out was that right now they're planning on business is usual and trying to move forward with a football season. Obviously, everything is subject to change. In a time like this. I know the SEC and commissioner sank. E specifically is always looking to do what's best for the student athlete. I witnessed that first hand when I was in Nashville at the SEC Men's basketball tournament as I was literally following Thanki around as he was trying to figure out you know what's going to be the best thing to do moving forward for our players on the floor, so I fully expect them to do the same thing. I don't know, though, that it's going to be this great Domino effect tomorrow, with the Ivy League doing this, just because it we're not exactly in the same position. We were back in March. I don't know how you feel about it, but it will certainly be interesting with the concept of spring football on the table. Ah, I like your Lincoln Rally, said when he when he made the comment last week that spring football is doable. Again. I think that we're going to start the big least of power fives will start. Come Labor Day weekend And then after that, I have absolutely no idea. But I do believe there will be some form of football being played at the big boy College level. Come Labor Day weekend. Quick thought I just just saw this story came across my screen here, Eliza. Today, the NFLPA informed its board of Representatives of the NFL proposed a 35 35% of players. Salaries be held in escrow to help manage costs during the 2020 season. This from Tom Pelasara, the NFL network. To believe more prominent players quickly responded. The report, Michael Thomas said that players would set out before they would agree to the NFL's reported proposal, he said quote ello, everyone will sit out and not play until they get their stuff together before we do this. That's insane. This on the heels of J C Treader, NFLPA president Saying, Hey, we gotta get get get your get your boat in order here when it comes to testing and You know, extended training camps. You'd hope it would have learned from the MLB not to do this back and forth because if we're headed down that road Man. We're totally not gonna have anything on time. As you mentioned Didn't they watched the month and 1/2 2 months of MLB mlbpa going at it. And you've had how much time sent is that said 35% in escrow. Playerssalaries wild that is wild. That was seriously in. Ah, Tom Pal Acero. Wow. Okay on that note. I think I know we'll be talking about again tomorrow night along with Paula previously. Here we go again, folks. Wow. Well, now, where's your confidence level on the negatives? Is that lots of pretty much quit drinking, Elissa. I need a drink. She's a little lacking for Freddie Coleman on me and puts him in SportsCenter all night is coming up next. Somebody pour me a stiff one here on ESPN Radio..

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Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

00:30 min | 29 min ago

Fresh update on "nfl" discussed on SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

"Jackson for his actions. And the maximum fine that the NFL, Khun give Is forced games worth of salaried play. For conduct detrimental. I don't think you can argue that. What do you want? Jackson did is conduct sentimental. So the Eagles can probably make that decision and make that find stand up. Now, With every find in the National Football League, you have the right to appeal. But that comes with its own risks. Do you really wanna fight? If you are professing that you are sorry as join Jackson hats that you have said that you are going to take action to prove that you have learned that what you put out on Social media. Wass, not accurate was over the top was demeaning and hard fall to specifically the Jewish community. If you then turn around and take. Yeah, but don't find me. Uh, no, I'm not paying a four game fine. I'm not ready for that. You I'll go out. I'll do some work. I'll show up. I'll put time and effort in. I'll make charitable contribution. But that's up to May. The Eagles don't get to dictate to me what that kid charitable contribution is. I don't want to have money taken out of my pocket. Did she show on Jack and really wouldn't do that. It's almost standard operating procedure. Any time anyone is fine for almost anything in the National Football League, the first thing is you file an appeal. It's the very least, delays having to pay it. Ah, lot of times. What Roger Goodell who is a major task mask. There, you end up not winning your appeal and paying to find anyway, But you do get a potential to delay it. If the Eagles dropped a four game fine salaried fine on the show on Jackson. Do you think he would fight it? Do you think he should fight it? I don't think that's outrageous. I think that I don't think it over the top. I think the Eagles could actually do that. And to me, that would be preferable to Cutting to Sean Jackson. We're doing nothing to ditch you in Jackson. I don't think the cutting him Is goingto y in a football sense. And this is in part a football decision to say that it's not. It's a completely nine football decision. I just don't believe that and Floyd stood up and said it. I wouldn't believe him if I looked him in the eye and heard it. The football aspect of it is part of the decision that he's going to have to make. But doing absolutely nothing. Is Basically condoning what Sean Jackson did. What did you want, Jackson said. And for me, that's not acceptable. It's not acceptable for anybody, and it's certainly not acceptable for the owner, the Jewish owner of a football team In this town. So we have to try and find some kind of middle ground position, and I wasn't sure exactly what the maximum wass that the Eagles could legitimately find to Sean Jackson. And my NFL source told me it is a four game. Her suspension salary reduction. Whatever the show on Jackson is and I don't have insurance contract in front of the details of the contract, but whatever he is scheduled to make as his base salary They could take four games away. And if even if he did appealed, I don't think he would win that appeal, and someone may advise him that appealing. It is a very bad look. The optics on that are very bad when you basically admitted what you did was a mistake. You okay with a four game fine for tissue in Jackson. I'll try and crunch those numbers for you and come up with them in just a couple of minutes, So you have an overall numbers to what it would cost. Sean Jackson. Um, that means he's staying on the team. Some people are assuming I think it's time for the Eagles to move on from Dixieland Jackson. I haven't got enough calls on it tonight. I'd really like your opinion on how the eagle should handle this. It's in Jeff Laurie's lap. I think Jeff Lori could use a little advice from John Q public He's certainly going to put it through his own prism as Weli Hood as the owner of the Eagles, but Ah, I think they're Florey has been a socially conscious guy during his time as the owner of the Eagles, and I know for a fact that he values the opinion of his Customers, and that would be you Eagle fans. So I'm giving you the chance to chime in and tell me what you think. Get on my telephone lines during the last couple hours Roll till two. 21559 to 94 94 Coming up next spring. Only gotten.

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