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Trump targets Bubba Wallace while criticizing NASCAR Confederate flag ban
"NASCAR the National Football League Major League baseball now? Trying to figure out how to deal with the latest tweets from President Donald Trump. It was a day ago that he questioned the validity of the bubble Wallace story and wanted Bubble Wallace to apologize for the NASCAR hoax of the noose in his garage, saying that that in the flag situation banning the Confederate flag resulted in low ratings for NASCAR, he went on to talk about How the Indians and Redskins nicknames, which were initially made to show strength should stay nicknames. He went on to reference Elizabeth Warren and you know, and we're off to the races. You know, Doug with this last these tweets the last 24 hours or so when you and I talked about this yesterday, we said, Listen, the best thing to do. Is to ignore this and just move on, because the NFL if they could do it over again from 2017 they certainly would say You know what? We're not going to just start getting scattered because President Trump was tweeting about kneeling football players and Colin Kaepernick. The best thing to do would be to ignore it, because, as we've said, Look, there's political stuff. And this is something that you can't win right and notice. The difference in the responses so far is that when this happened Redskins you know the NFL. Really No one really said anything. You know, it's like we've done this before we've been through this. Roger Goodell put the moment of unity out there, saying that we blew it last time. Let's go forward together. And NASCAR had a bunch of drivers who responded to this because this is something brand new for them and that you know, and we talked about saying, Hey, you know, be ahead of things and just move on. Because you can't win this battle that that's going to go on. If you can continually to engage this.
Fresh update on "national football league" discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Super bowl champion so when you take that into consideration along with his youth. And, you're projecting moving forward to kind of money. He will generate foot a franchise. That's the beauty of this. It's not just about his greatness on the field. It's also his marketability. What kind of money he brings in to the franchise religiously? We've been having conversations from all over the years. We've been talking about the brand. That is the national football league. Just, a few people get marketed to be the face of the sport, but essentially the NFL has been incredibly successful in marketing its sport into being an event to the point where past evolved this sermons around game game. Tom Starts, and things of that nature that football has become a religion and North America. We've spoken about this and we've spoken about the brand and the shield that is. Is the NFL. What Patrick! Mahomes just did for the NFL is showed the power that individual marketing can do no matter where you are, and the fact that the NFL recognizes a team within the NFL has recognized. The value of that particular player to this degree is going to speak volumes, because now individual football players are going to go about the business of of being adroit at measuring. Measuring their level, the level of marketability and what they could bring to the table. Of course they gotta go out on the field perform. Of course they gotTa Win like a Super Bowl champion, etc, etc, but in the end if you can also attach that to market ability as an individual as opposed to you, just be an associated with a brand that can go a long way towards. Towards getting you an exorbitant amount of money, and you don't have to get half a billion dollars in order to complete that if it was four hundred if it was three hundred million, it would still be an awful lot of money, generational generational dollars, and that's what I think that Patrick. MAHOMES has opened up potentially for a lot of players down the line of the National Football League. Let me be a myth buster here, number one. I'll answer the question directly Patrick Mahomes deserve much more than he got. Now, let me answer now. Let me bust myths number one. It's a five hundred million dollar contract knows not. It's a one hundred forty million dollar contract. That's what's guaranteed no matter what the hell or high water hundred forty million now bill Barnwell is a great article.
Redskins undergoing 'thorough review' of team name
"The Redskins released a statement in the light of recent events around the country feedback from our community. The Washington Redskins are announced the team will undergo a thorough review of the team's name. This review formalized the initial discussions. A team has been having with the league in recent weeks, Dan Snyder, owner of the Redskins, stated. This process allows the team to take into account now the proud tradition and history of the franchise, but also the input of our alumni, the organization, the National Football League and local community. It is proud to represent on and off the football field. Ron Rivera, the new head coach. Quote. This is an issue of personal importance to me, and I look forward to working closely with Dan Snyder to make sure we continue the mission of honoring supporting Native Americans in our military.
Fresh update on "national football league" discussed on Big Al and JoJo
"Radio app. It is 306 Man. It is hot outside. One of the worst feelings. So the house that I currently live in. Um, I've got one of these trucks that's got the six foot four Abed. You know, the short bed of a truck is normally less than six feet. Ah, and I've got a six foot four inch bed. So my truck does not fit in the garage. So when it sits outside in his baking until about two o'clock when I get into it. That little holder that you have up above that holds your sunglasses. Man when you grab a pair of sunglasses out of there and dont think twice and just put it right on your face. It'll bring the snot out of you. I swear I had to have burned the bridge of my nose today when I put my sunglasses design Because the truck had been baking in the heat and boy, we don't have any relief inside. I think we're going to see 100 degree temperatures before the end of the week. There's nothing good about that. Just saying big story today. Congratulations to former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan, who has been announced as the next inductee into the Broncos Ring of Fame. And I had a chance to chitchat a little bit with Big AL today and obviously Big AL played for coach Shanahan, who If you if you look at the statement from the Denver Broncos, the most successful coach in Denver Broncos history coupe. Did you really just ask me that question Did you is that we're going to third Dan Reeves into the mix. Because you did ask me if I thought he was the best coach in Broncos history. Well, yeah, I mean, obviously, I think he's the best coach in Broncos history. But I guess you could make an argument for Dan Reeves to some extent, but his biggest detraction is he didn't win the big game. He made it there a bunch Obviously more times and what Shannon ended. Yeah, No, I see. I see your point on that. But Look, do I think Look, I think Dan Reeves should be in the Hall of Fame. With the success that Dan has had with a number of different teams around the National Football League, not just what he did with the Denver Broncos. I would say the same about Mike Shanahan, would you not? Yeah, he Well, first of all, it shouldn't have taken him this long to get into the Broncos Ring of fame. But that's a completely another story. And if you put him up against some of the other coaches that are in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, he deserves to be in there a CZ well, and it's a shame that it's taken this long. To get him in Canton in addition to the Broncos ring of fame, I mean, he's an outstanding head coach. He's got two Super Bowl rings back to back here with the Denver Broncos, and then he went on to obviously was with the Raiders and the Redskins as well and was successful in both of those stents. Yeah, I, uh, I got to do something pretty cool when I lived in Las Vegas. And There was a group that had a was almost like a fantasy football convention. That they did at the wind humor. When this was taken place Kouf, there was like all kinds of big NFL stars that were showing up at this event. And I got to go to his matter fact, Les Shapiro flew into Vegas and less than I who, Of course, you know, we used to do a show together on ESPN back in the day. Les and I went to see Mike Shanahan at this This fantasy football event that he was doing. And what Mike basically did is he ran through some game tape. Jane showed what it was that he was looking for. When he watched game tape. And one of the most incredible things to see was that Mike watched the same play. Enough times. To focus on every player that was on the field. So that he could see what every player had done. So think about that play, rewind, play, relying, play, rewind, play, rewind over and over and over again for each play. That had taken place Now it was It was fatiguing. But the things that he showed on why he went back and forth. It was so so good to see you. So good to see and gave you a lot more respect for the amount of work that these coaches do when they're watching tape. I know Alfred. When he watches tape, he watches it. Sort of in a similar way. He focuses on a lot of different things, but I think he has the ability to not have to rewind it five or six times because he's not so hypercritical on every single player. That is on the field. So big congratulations to Mike Shanahan. Now from what I understand. Vancouver. My correct on this. They're gonna wait until 2021 to do this so that they hopefully will have fans. That is correct. And I think B k actually tweeted this out as well as there's a good chance. Peyton Manning. Will be in in 2021 as well and the Broncos ring of Fame so they could book ended and then obviously have a huge celebration on back to back weeks at Empower Field. A CZ. They put Mike Shanahan and Peyton Manning into the Broncos Ring of Fame. Now at the same time, what I also think is going to be cool in 2021 is we're probably going to wait for the actual Big enshrinement of Steve Atwater going until Hall of Fame until 2021. Peyton should be going in the same time. So you're gonna have a big celebration in Canton as well? Yeah, And maybe maybe Mike Shanahan. Maybe he's on that ballot for 2021. We have.
NFL to play "Black anthem" before all Week 1 games, reports say
"The NFL plans to have a song described as the black national anthem performed on the field. The first week of the regular season. More from CBS News correspondent Steve Futterman has been performed by many great vocalists, Aretha Franklin Beyonc. On numerous church and school choirs. Now the National Football League reportedly plans tohave the song, lift every voice and sing what many call the black national anthem performed before each game during the first week of the
Fresh update on "national football league" discussed on Ordway, Merloni and Fauria
"Personality, and he is he's such a likeable dude as a very, very wealthy young man, all of that, But beyond that, as a star that transcends his sport in the way few NFL players have on the way of a Jordan or LeBron or a tiger if you want to go to soccer, a messier and although It's so riel. The National Football League has flipped in its leadership on how they view these very divisive social issues. If you're a Republican, if you believe in voting, you know on a red state ballot. Roger Goodell doesn't want to offend you. If you're a Democrat, if you're a liberal, if you're if you if you believe Lou Roger Goodell doesn't want to offend you, the NFL It's a business has tried to have it both ways you can anymore. Right or wrong. I have my opinions right or wrong. You can't eat more. And Roger Goodell has move reason. Think about this thing about again. Try to put politics aside. Doesn't matter. It's President Obama or President Bush. President Clinton President Bush before him. President leans on you. You feel that politics aside, President Trump very vocal, continually vocal about his use on on these issues, and I think it's you know, politically inspired. Of course, he's a politician, and he leaned on Roger Goodell could Good Elmo NFL owners. President. They got pushed. Holmes is so important to what they do. It's now important that you are on the side of Patrick Mahomes, not the president states. That is because Mahomes is going to be if he stays healthy, the most important athlete in American sports and that's going to make him the or one of the most important athletes on the face of the Earth. There's something about him The first time I met him, you could feel it and everybody. I was at radio row in Minneapolis at the Mall of America, which, by the way, Minneapolis. I owe you an apology. Mall of America was amazing, and I enjoy radio row there. And the news came out factories paler broken we're going to hear from in a few minutes. The news came out that Alex Smith had been traded to Washington after Kirk Cousins had decided he was going to go make Gentlemen, we have a deal yet, but eventually that 67 $68 million.3 are guaranteed deal with the Vikings and the homes was now the quarterback of the moment. We didn't really know what is going to be And at radio row. As you know, you listen to Jim Rome show. Everybody's there. Every star is there. It's crazy, and the Mall of America was all condense. It was a small little food court area. Mahomes stood out. He was before he thrown a football. He'd actually playing the game before you really Steve before been a starter. He was the guy that your eyes went to the confidence to swagger. Kirk cousins, every other Hall of Famers. All these people, they're they're celebrities did matter, John Watson. Holmes has just that thing that that I've met two people in my life and my coverage is a reporter again. Politics aside, who just Like, Wow, That person has an aura. One was Bill Clinton. The other weirdly was Prince Charles in England. I was around once. Yeah, Here's a goofball from 100 yards. You get close to go. That's what it's like when you think that God made you a king like you have a lot of confidence. Holmes has that thing. He is going to be the face of the National Football League. And potentially the face of American sports. And I think it's goingto coincide with the fact that I think the NBA's got incredibly bright future. They've really been defined mostly by one guy for stretches, Right? For the most part, I mean, And I guess you go. Aye, aye, Jordan. Hey, I ish Kobe LeBron with some stuff mixed in there. Be honest, Luca Donncha Zion. It's going to be shared the MBA model next 10 years. It's cover The MBA in terms of quality of play is gonna be more like the NFL's man. There's a lot of guys. There's going to be one guy who matters most in the National Football League, and that's part of the reason the cancer. The Chiefs gave him potentially $530 million half a $1,000,000,000. That's why the moment I first saw you. That NFL player made video about what's going on in our country in the aftermath of yet another black man being killed while he was unarmed. These things have happened. There's been anger LeBron James go back to Trayvon Martin on the shoes. The NBA's been very vocal politically. To see not just football player after football player football player saying black lives matter but then to see Patrick Mahomes say it. Hey, I thought it was incredibly awesome on his apartment. B it just that's when it occurred to me. Just politics side. How important the Holmes's before he got the contract in the National Football League. He is the most exciting talent. Maybe that we've seen in NFL history and I know we're only two years into the guy playing in three years into his career, But 50 touchdowns M V p suitable, ridiculous comebacks. I mean, my God left handed completions. I mean, he's a freak of nature and the things that he does the way that he again bends the physics off how football games should work. In and of itself makes him almost impressive, maybe unprecedented, the way that he's changed the economics of the sport. 12 year deal. And the way that I think he's going to influence how the National Football League interact with American culture is going to be really interesting. And I love it because he isn't like you don't know these guys. You'd never know these guys. And you certainly don't know what fame and wealth and I'm sure the sick events that surround you when you get to even a level approaching that, let alone Holmes is how that impacts somebody, but People that have known him my interactions around him time I've got to talk to him when he was just a kid Come out of Texas Tech a Super party years ago. Incredibly good, dude. His teammates love him. And if you could Designed in a laboratory, not just the perfect quarterback for this air of gun slingers and what Andrew did want to dio. But ah ah young man who's just likeable and kind and charismatic. Maybe the hardest thing in the world to be that arrogant and that likeable that confident and still that humble is the wrong word. But but decent Patrick Mahomes is going to be the most important athlete in the world for the next 10 years..
A Turning Point: Race Relations In Sports
"It has now been more than four weeks in George. Floyd was murdered nearly a month since we all watched him. Take his last breaths. It feels like so much is different, but real actionable change that takes time. Many who took to the streets in protests have now resumed their daily lives, so now seems appropriate to discuss how sport will handle affairs moving forward. As North American teams and Leagues Continue Their Return to play processes. It is vital that the conversations and promises made when the racial issue was hottest that they do not go away. In a few moments, we will welcome in our panel to discuss how that should happen, but first a look at how we got here in the first place. He will have color have been argued about beliefs, and that's not right. That's not right by any was standards. The point he was making gut twisted from the start. The beginning when Colin Kaepernick I made is public protests peacefully heap I sat on the bench during the national anthem to bring awareness. There's a lot of things that need to change once one specifically police brutality. There's people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. It was the summer of two thousand sixteen, when he bursts truly used his platform as an NFL quarterback to speak out against systemic racism by police in the weeks leading into that preseason payment. San Francisco capper Nick had watched. We all had. To white officers pinning down Alton Sterling. And pumping. into his chest and back. He saw the traffic stop in Minnesota when Philander Casteel was killed in front of his girlfriend in charge. And captured it could not understand how mental health therapist Charles Kinsey could be shot by police when he was lying on the ground with his arms up in the air, people of color have been targeted by police. Cops are getting paid leave. For killing people. That's not right. That's not right by anyone's standards. And yet from the beginning law in. pre-game gesture was misrepresented and downright manipulated. The Christ came that he was disrespecting the flag that it was a slap in the face to military personnel. But when active soldiers pointed out, they serve to provide their citizens with the freedom of speech that capture nick was exercising. That narrative quickly was quashed when army veterans who had been in battle, echoed that very sentiment out of national football league buildings team needs I would be disappointed if any of our players didn't stand up for the national anthem personally. I, look at that as a salute to the people who have paved the way for us. Our Organization believes that. You should. Respect the flag and so you'll save those individual decisions to expression show. On individual form. And that became the prevalent message. Don't do it here. Stick to sports. The underlying tone. How dare you protest without our approval we're. Do you get off? Colin Kaepernick criticizing anyone in another uniform. Right the men and women lead for this, I- scenic. First hand. For. Somebody do that to get paid millions of dollars. It's ridiculous. Cabinet remained undeterred. United States Army Bet. Nate! Boyer who did tours of duty in Iraq, and Afghanistan encouraged him to kneel and not sit. By, taking a knee voyeur told him you show your respect for fallen brothers that way. So capture nick did. And then more NFL players followed. And yet the public and political conversation in the US would not steer toward police brutality. No matter how much star athletes peacefully attempted to. And the leader in America's biggest chair. Amy Shirley Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners? When somebody disrespects our flag to say, get that son of a job appealed right now out each fire. I! Capture Nick became a source of division for standing up against injustice. He hasn't taken a snap since that twenty sixteen season. And at this year Super Bowl USA. Today's jared bell minced no words on why that is I. Think it's pretty obvious. He's been blackballed for Colin Kaepernick not to have a job is just. It's the worst look for the NFL. No conversation was more dominant inside NFL. Locker rooms that season than the Kapernick one teams are made up of players of all ages of all backgrounds of so many ethnicities. If you actually want to listen to different perspectives. If you're an athlete who would want to hear what your peers had to say, there would be no shortage of takes to soak in. But fundamentally the want would be to understand capper knicks fundamental point. After George Floyd one of the League's biggest stars reminded us that many still didn't I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country. Maybe that was the crossroads moment because the reaction to. It felt like something had changed almost as. That won't cut. It anymore drew. brees in the rest of the NFL were told right away, the new. Orleans quarterback came under fire. The players in the league had just about enough of the establishment silence. They had captured message. They were not gonNA. Let owners and Roger Goodell get away with it this time. Would have other Jewish Knowledge George if I was. I was George Void. Jewish. And say hi in. Regard. To me right. Breezes all pro receiver found Dallas's bruising runner and Houston's electrifying quarterback, and Kansas City Super Bowl Mvp. And Obi. And they all let you know. We. Condemn Racism and assistant. Matic oppression of black people. National League, admit wrong and silence our players from protesting. Also. Black lives matter black lives matter. Like loves. To Have Patrick Mahomes the next superstar the NFL. Front and center. That was massive. And the very next night the commissioner uttered the words you never imagined would happen. We the National Football League Immune. We were wrong for not listening NFL players earlier. And encourage all speak out in peacefully protests. Read the National Football League believe black lives matter. Progress. Probably a step forward. You want to believe so. The day after the commissioner changed his tune, breeze went to social media again. He'd already made his hollow apologies without actually saying sorry, and he finally seemed to be listening to what some teammates had to say, and after all of that even drew brees somewhat stood up to the president. It won't Change Donald Trump of course, but maybe it will make others think. Perhaps it will create more uncomfortable conversations to allow for a greater understanding among all of us. And at the very least it has given others throughout sport. To have the freedom to finally say their piece open believing they may at last be heard. Or country is in, trouble. Basic reason is race. You're seeing an example of future. That's fighting for you for you. Right now a fine for you got a grandfather that march legs. Dr King in the sixties. And he was amazing. You'll be proud to see us all. Got Pushing? Forward Doing Casey marched with his family. Members of Detroit's organization. An NBA coach using his voice. Over in Jacksonville Jaguars personnel were among the demonstrators. North Philly's finest. He walked. Kyle Lowery's we can. Priorities were set. This though. This is just the start. To silence of countless elites spoken loud. Until you see action from an, don't forget by the leaks themselves. We wonder what the real commitment to progress actually is. What capper protests was about from. The beginning can no longer be debated. And it is now crystal clear to all of us that no athlete should just shut up and dribble. Nelson Mandela famously said. Sport has the power to change the world. Since George, Floyd perhaps we have learned that change can come more from our sporting icons using their voice platform in pursuit for justice than any jumper were swing. Or goal or touched them. Stick to sports. Sure let's stick to sports bettering the world in a new way. Let's start hearing the real message now. And most of all, let's not get the words and actions like Hafer. Knicks twisted. When he tried to begin the real conversation. Before US AGO!
Fresh update on "national football league" discussed on One Bills Live
"On talking about the Patrick Mahomes contract. We had Tom Curren on talk about the Patriots and what's going on inside, coming up on the show on the program to top the hour. Emily Kaplan She's an ESPN hockey reporter. He's formerly of Sports Illustrated. The Boston Globe. She wrote for both those entities and also reported on the National Football League during her time there, we ask you, our listeners. What your opinions were about this new Patrick Mahomes contract and how Unbelievable or what it meant and and the and was going and what and also your thoughts about them compressing the preseason, maybe a small pre season two preseason games, maybe no preseason games. The NFLPA is put out. Eh? Report Or I can't remember the name of what is called a a memo to the National Football League calling for no preseason games at all. We've asked you, our listeners for your Lots of that about it, and you've gotten back to us on the tweets sheet, then sweet. She's brought to you by Corrigan moving Systems, the official equipment movers of the Buffalo Bills. Matty read from the tweet sheet about what smoke. More people are saying about what's going on. So, Dina says. In most years, I'd say the preseason can be reduced or eliminated this year without off off season and preseason training. I'm not sure I know players air working out on their own. But are they all doing so at a level that will minimize injuries during the season? I think just the fact that players have been working out on their own. This offseason is minimizing injuries. I mean one, and one of the biggest things you can do to minimize injury is to stay in shape through the offseason. That's why when you do many camps, a lot of it at least the beginning half Is focused on working out and is being in the weight room so you can minimize those injuries and so your body can go back into football shape. So for the guys who have been working out on their own, some with trainers, some with instruction from The team strength staff. They're doing just that. They're trying to minimize these injuries, so that when they do get to the facilities, you don't have to spend three weeks. Getting back into football shape, But now we're seeing that these medical acts. Birds are suggesting an acclamation period where I would assume that these players would do Similar things to what they would do when they would come back in April, where you're working out for a couple weeks before you start to do walk throughs in things like that. Yeah, And that's what it's all about. The players have proposed a 48 day ramp up to the regular season. The Dink does not include the preseason games they want. They want their games to be well. They want their preseason toe kind of ramp up not only to get acclimated to the protocols for the Corona virus prevention, but also to get in shape. They They've gone back. They harken back to the 2011 lockout. When the league lock them all and they wouldn't let him in the building. There was a big uptick in certain types of injuries during the return weeks. The NFL after the lock out, so they want to prevent those types of injuries from recurring. They came up with it in the medical experts have come up with a way to do that on obviously the league Is pushing back on that because it Either. A cuts into the pie financially, they don't we will make this much money because there'll be no preseason games or be they won't get a chance to look at these players in football setting to pick the best ones on and they're coach's run the risk of letting good players go. We're not having their team be as good as it would be, because they can't evaluate who they actually have under contract. So it it's both sides have legitimate argument for why the preseason should or should not happen on. I think they're going to have to compromise to get it going. I think it's unreasonable to think that they shouldn't have at least some practices with pads and maybe some Some games to get these guys ready for the regular season, But, um, these are straight and I'm for me. I don't know how this is different from a lot of ways from what the players usually do. Certainly you can add the virus to this, but it's never like we had Tom current on, he says, Never safe to play football. So I don't know what the added risk of a virus does to change what is already a dangerous scenario. Certainly there's ancillary people that were your family's heir involved. You know, you might get them sick or you're Has some some vulnerable people in your life may get sick because of it, but You know, the the game itself is has never been that safe on guy. That's that's one of the things that is, as may be gotten gotten forgotten about everything else on the tweet sheet that you want to read it. One were one more quick one before we go to break J W socks says. I think it's great from homes. But if it works out to be 40 million years, it's 20% team salary cap. That's a big piece of the pie and yes, it is. That's why the 1st 3 years are so team friendly, but Will be intriguing to watch past those 1st 3 years because can they afford some of those other players on their roster? Four years out, and not for nothing, But the homes contract is kind of relevant to bills fans because you got your own quarterback you may have to pay May or may not have to pay to make him down the pipe that Some of the things the aspects of the of the Mahomes deal may apply to Josh Allen, the Buffalo Bills quarterback. Well, we got more of that coming up. Emily Capital coming up ESPN Hockey reporter and former Sports Illustrated in Boston. Globe writer Coming up after the break Steve Tasker Matic Lab on one bill's life. Represented.
Mayfield "absolutely" will kneel during national anthem
"The National Football League season returns you can expect to see activism on the field Baker Mayfield quarterback for the Cleveland Browns says he plans to kneel during the national anthem this season to protest injustice police brutality and racism a fan commenting on his Instagram post pleading him not to kneel Mayfield responded pull your head out I absolutely am he went on to say if I lose fans that's okay well explaining the message behind kneeling
Fresh update on "national football league" discussed on Waddle & Silvy
"Mahomes deal. You heard passing breakdown one where you know it's 1/2 a $1,000,000,000 contract, but I heard window describe it to that. They're going to rework this probably in about five years. I've seen pro football talk, You know, breaking down where they're numerous quarterbacks in the next three years of this deal, who will have a bigger salary cap? Then what the Holmes's is putting on the chief's like a lot of what Schefty described it today is a team friendly deal. Still, you know, I think it would isn't the 2020 ramification added. Like what? 2030 grand to their salary cap. Something like that grand? Yes, not Yes, it's crazy. Um, you know, Ryan Tannehill, I think over the next three years with his new deal will cost Tennessee more than what Patrick Mahomes is going to cost because of the nature that this is an extension in that. Well, a new deal like I'm no cap ologists, but When they say it's 140 million approximately guaranteed that's guaranteed for injury right right that he's going to be way more than that. Yes, But the true guarantee is only like what it's much less than that. Isn't it like when you you you factor in the The workout bonuses and whatever the case may be looking at the numbers. Oh, no, I think it's at least guaranteed 1 40 but that was for injury, right. Like if he got injured today, he still would walk away with that, right, right. But if he did, But if he doesn't get into and again I know I'm careening into the unthinkable here. But what if he stinks? Four years from now? What's the guarantee that you I mean, you? Can you get out of the contract without being swamped by a ton of guaranteed money is my point. You know, So I guess the answer is is the only thing that you're worried about the guarantee for his injury because you're expecting him to play. As the best quarterback in the league for the next five or you are a top five quarterback now those fluctuate. But I like the changes, man. Like I said, I don't know if I said on the show yesterday or to one of you guys in one of the meetings today on the meat and not one of the meeting the meeting the conversation we had Look if I told you I think Cam in 2015 was what, 25 26 which is older than where Patrick Mahomes is now. But I told you that came after the m V p season that he had When he went to the Super Bowl. They lost to the Denver Broncos. I believe it was, but they still they went to the Super Bowl. I told you that the next 5 to 67 years for him five years what it would be. We're going to be what they were. What would you have told me then? Right? Think about all the others to you told us what? I'll never forget this and you won't write me and like I think it was spot on. But football is weird. When Aaron Rodgers got his first You said he wouldn't be getting 13 He'd win three and 53 and five years. You thought at one time you went on the air, and you said that, um, Capt. Colin Kaepernick was the best player in football and then not only were you on that, but who said Don Gorski, Jon Ron Dworsky said that he was going to finish as the greatest player. Of all time, So I think if you go back and look at cap season two, when what was it against the pain or the Packers in the NFC title game, where he ran for 180 yards and threw for something I mean? Like that's the moral of the story is his life can change awful quickly in the National Football League? Yes, but you sure have an advantage. When you know the start of every year, you've got a young quarterback. Who's one of the best in the league. And you're you know, not not just that. But like Aaron Rodgers is only 11 But I don't think anybody would sit here and say Well, you he wasn't worth the money. No. Aaron Rodgers was worth the money. They didn't win more than one and that socks. They're hard to win, but I would I would never. Yeah. You never say that. The Packers, you know, would have ever regretted giving Aaron Month Rogers all the money they did. Of course, that and remember, like, you know. Mike McCarthy in terms of a head coach. He's he was, I think a lot of people would take issue with. You know the fact that Aaron Rodgers kind of, you know, propped him up a little bit. That NFC title game against the Seahawks. The Packers were in position to win. Head was spastic who couldn't corral the onside kick. And he wasn't supposed There was one player wasn't supposed to touch it there. Yeah, I think I think his name was Bostic. If I'm not mistaken, I thought you know what? I also saw Miller. There was like, Ah, Twitter. Topic going around. What is the craziest stat? You know about your sport, and Andrew Brandt said that in Aaron Rodgers playoff games the Packers have given up on average of like, 33 a half. I saw that. That's right. But but but Aaron Rodgers gets criticized for only running one. Yeah, that's you know what the other thing is? Cam Newton like I like I will. Admittedly, I thought Cam Newton was going his career was going to play out better than it has. But he always had that stat that accompany his. You know, his big numbers was that he was being hit, like twice as much as any quarterback in the NFL. Because of the way they ran. Their offense would not just that. But if you go, I mean, listen. Patrick Mahomes 1st 3 years and we're definitely better than anything can even campus and the P year is dwarfed by It's not even three. It's three years, but it's 31 starts. So it's like two full seasons of starting as a quarterback, where he's been out of his daughter in court. He's never had a Q B. R In any game live below. Fifth, asked Yes, like the consistency that he's been able to elevate his play at over two years essentially is to me mind boggling, And that's why I never thought Cam Newton was on a on a trajectory where he could be the best player in NFL history. Pat Mahomes..
Goodell condemns racism, admits NFL wrong for not listening
"Responding to the unrest in the protests after the death in police custody of George Floyd NFL commissioner Roger Goodell issued a video statement Friday apologizing to players for not listening to them about racism here's ABC's Steve osunsami Roger Goodell says that without black players there would be no NFL and says the player protests have been mishandled by the league read the National Football League believe black lives matter I personally protest with you I want to be part of the much needed change he is responding to this video posted online by some of the NFL's most successful athletes like Patrick Mahomes with Kansas city and Odell Beckham junior with Cleveland urging the league to support them in their effort one of us to be worried about police brutality but the commissioner can only do so much to influence owners and the players noticed that the words Colin Capra Nick never passed his lips the quarterback who started the protest it hasn't worked in the NFL sense could also said nothing about his thoughts on players kneeling this season during the national anthem New Orleans quarterback drew Brees has said plenty on the subject I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America he spoke for many but has since apologized his own teammates were publicly upset I wish I would have laid out what was on my heart in regards to the chores for mother some model three the years and years of social injustice police brutality the first so much reform change I'm sorry and I will do better and I will be part of the solution and I am your ally in Denver NFL coaches and executives with the Denver Broncos took the stand with their players joining them in a March and protest players Kareem Jackson Todd Davis helped make the event happen so very strongly about what was going on in our country also is important for us to get out there together on the show that no matter what race ethnicity you come from you know the shop this locker room what you're you know wanting to kind of talk about things because another thing for us actually no get out and put some put a plan into action and that's what we wanted to do we want to make a and not an impact in our community currently the NFL has no rule preventing players from kneeling during the national anthem okay that's the most of zombie for maybe see yesterday president trump called Goodell's statement interesting and asked if it could be even remotely possible and quote the commissioner was signaling it would now be okay for players to kneel during the national anthem a move trump says disrespects the country and the flag
NFL condemns racism, Goodell says league was wrong about player protests
"Desk NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality and encourages them to peacefully protest Patrick Mahomes is several of his peers released a video demanding the league condemned racism could tell made a strong statement on the issues without black players there would be no National Football League and the protests around the country emblematic of the centuries of silence
Marine Corps to remove displays of Confederate battle flag
"The NFL is now encouraging its players to speak out peacefully and protest peacefully with the National Football League admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says he shared the message on the league social media accounts in response to a video that was released Thursday featuring prominent NFL players asking the league to make a stance and support black lives matters the league has been criticized for not supporting former player calling Capranica twenty sixteen when he knelt during the national anthem in order to protest police
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologizes for not listening to players earlier on racism
"NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality and encourages them to peacefully protest one day after twenty eighteen NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes is several of his peers released a video demanding the league condemn racism could tell made his strongest statement on the issues many players passionately support read the National Football League believe black lives matter I personally protesters with you and want to be part of the much needed change in this
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says "we were wrong" amid protests
"Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality read the National Football League we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out peacefully protest read the National Football League believe black lives matter several Jaguars players and staff including coach Doug Marrone and GM David Caldwell held a March in Jacksonville to protest and raise awareness of racial
"We were wrong," NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says
"Commissioner Roger Goodell said the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality the National Football League we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out peacefully protest read the National Football League believe black lives matter several Jaguars players and staff including coach Doug Marrone and GM David Caldwell held a March in Jacksonville to protest and raise awareness of racial
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says "we were wrong" amid protests
"Thursday some of the NFL's biggest stars including cornerbacks Patrick Mahomes deshaun Watson released a video that asked the NFL to condemn racism admit wrongdoing in previous attempts to silence peaceful protest and affirm that black lives matter and of a commissioner Roger Goodell responded with a video result on Friday we the National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people with the National Football League it meant we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest read the National Football League believe black lives matter no mention of Colin Kaepernick's status though in that
NFL condemns racism, Goodell says league was wrong about player protests
"NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league was wrong for not listening to players fighting for racial equality and encourages them to peacefully protest one day after twenty eighteen NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes is several of his peers released a video demanding the league condemned racism could tell made his strongest statement on the issues many players passionately support read the National Football League believe black lives matter I personally protesters with you and want to be part of the much needed change in this
NFL says it was wrong in handling of protests over racial injustice, encourages players to speak out
"The president also got involved in the NFL's discussion about racial inequality NFL commissioner Roger Goodell read the National Football League we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier all to speak out and peacefully protest in an online video without black players there would be no National League president trump tweeting the New Orleans Saints quarterback drew Brees shouldn't have apologized for criticizing players who kneel during the national anthem saying it disrespects the flag disagreeing we discuss this respect for the law enforcement of police officers killing a man on the street Hanafi running back Terrell
NFL players spoke, and Roger Goodell responded
"NFL commissioner Roger Goodell responding to a video by famous black players calling for the lead to take a stronger stand against racism we the National Football League admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest read the National Football League believe black lives matter on Twitter Denver Broncos general manager John Elway said he's no longer standing on the sidelines and is joining with the players coaches and our organization in speaking up against racism police brutality and any injustice against the black community the Broncos head coach drew widespread condemnation this week for suggesting he didn't see racism or discrimination in the
NFL condemns racism, Goodell says league was wrong about player protests
"Wallace NFL commissioner Roger Goodell is responding less than twenty four hours after a dozen or so of his star players including Pro Bowl quarterback Patrick Mahomes the Shawn Watson put out a video the players asking the NFL to condemn racism admit wrong in previous attempts to silence peaceful protest and to affirm that black lives matter Caddell statement ran about a minute and twenty one seconds and he did just that we did National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people with the National Football League we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out and peacefully protest read the National Football League believe black
'We were wrong': NFL commissioner regrets stance on player protests, condemns racism
"Continue to line the streets of America is the country's issues of inequality continue to be at the forefront NFL commissioner Roger Goodell took to Twitter to give his thoughts we the National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people with the National Football League admit we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out peacefully protest now this is a reference to how we reacted a few years ago when Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during the national anthem
Setting The Record Straight On Colin Kaepernick As An NFL Quarterback
"The opinion to the national football league evolving along with the public's. The NFL is now saying it was wrong not to listen to its players concerns about Racism Commissioner Roger Goodell says the League now encourages the kind of peaceful protests that former quarterback Colin Kaepernick engaged in. No, mention though of Colin Kaepernick in yesterday's statement. We have the latest now from NPR. Sports correspondent Tom Goldman Tom. Thanks so much for being with us. Hi Scott. What do we know about that video statement from the Commissioner? Was it a response to the video that players released yesterday? Yeah, it certainly seems that way day nearly twenty players all African American, and some of the League's biggest stars, they made a powerful video that included some of the players were named of black victims names that have become rallying cries in the protest movement, and here's a bit of that. Brianna Tiempo. Him. To me right now, Scott, the players also called on the NFL to make several strong statements such as condemning racism and admitting it was wrong in silencing players from peaceful protesting. And what are the NFL do? Well, just what the players Astorg late yesterday. The NFL released video of Commissioner Goodell and here's some of that we the National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people. We the National Football League emit. We were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier. And encourage all speak out in peace league protests Tom what's the significance of those statements from the Commissioner? Well the NFL has a race problem around seventy percent of the league's players are African American, but twenty eight of the thirty two head coaches are white. Only two of thirty two general managers are people of Color, and of course Scott the NFL has a Colin. Kaepernick problem as well. You remember back in two thousand sixteen. He began kneeling during the national anthem before games to protest police treatment of minorities and social inequality a handful. Handful of players joined him, and they all endured a huge backlash. You know they were branded as unpatriotic against the flag and country into this day. Capper Knicks still doesn't have an NFL job, so forget del to say. The League was wrong for not listening to these players for him to condemn racism. That's significant Will we see Kaepernick get a job. Will we see more? Minority hires in important positions. That'll be even more significant. With Commissioner Goodell's statement and show many players. Speaking up and speaking openly now has has the landscape of professional football changed. You know it feels like it's changing. The drew brees story from this week. I think is an indication breeze is the star quarterback for the New Orleans Saints in an interview. He said he'll never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag, the same argument of course the
"national football league" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"The National Football League Leaf Mike Lives matter. Commissioner goodell statement follows a video from NFL players last night, calling on him to say precisely that joining us now is seen in sports. Analysts in USA Today a Communist Christine Brennan Christine I of. How did this come about I mean do we know was? Was goodell feeling pressure from players, fans, owners, or is he just sensing a change in the country? I think it's more the latter Anderson Sensing the change. We are hearing that he was not pressured by the Donald Trump. Statement earlier that he didn't feel the need to react. When Donald Trump of course was saying positive things about drew brees, so it wasn't that Certainly, this has been four years in the making, so it wasn't exactly a rush job. In the sense that Colin Kaepernick was speaking out in August of two thousand sixteen, and of course here we are now. I do think I've known Roger. Goodell for a long time Anderson we grew up together he on the PR side, and the as a journalist and I. do think that these are things that he cares about and I. I know a lot of people criticize him all the time, but I can see him watching what's going on listening to his players? He said in that statement he said if there are no black players, there's no national football league. He knows that and he means it and I would have loved to see him. Apologize Colin Kaepernick. I would've loved to see him. Say something about Cabernet, but maybe that's for another day, but I do think the NFL has gone out here in a big way, and I am sure one of their biggest fans donald trump is not happy about this today. Would the owners had to agree to Goodell saying this? The owners usually agree of or android. Goodell does what the owners want. That is a great question. I have not yet been able to get the answer to that. As you probably know many of your personnel that at least ten NFL owners have given to Donald. Trump's campaign. They are big big. Donald Trump supporters including Jerry Jones with the cowboys Dan. Snyder here in Washington and I'm going to guess at some of them are not entirely pleased about this, either because there trump guys and they have not signed Cabernet obviously, no one has and they definitely. The they've put their money right where there is with with trump so. Now. You've got Roger Goodell going against the wishes of Donald. Trump that is a fact I think that Roger Goodell is sensing the mood of the nation and I think he's certainly with the majority of the nation and something that should be said. Young Fans Anderson are big fans. Of Cabernet. They bought all those Nike Jerseys a Nike. T shirts a couple of years ago with cabinet campaign in two thousand eighteen, that was so successful marketing campaign with Nike and so for your future fan base. This is a very very positive. Move me not for the older people, but those fans are going to be around for the next fifty years buying season tickets. I think. Roger Goodell. I WanNa bring in Benjamin, watching former NFL player, and I believe He's the author of under our skin, getting real about racing, getting free from the fears and frustrations that divide us. Benjamin I! Mean you wrote about this in in a under our skin. I'm wondering how you what you make. Roger Goodell statement. About them, we all have certain reactions, but whether he is sincere, or or if he's sincere, I think great good can come from this, and you listen to what he said we the NFL condemns racism. The systematic oppression of black people the next step. is to start addressing within the NFL. So this is a good thing. This is a great knowledge. Moment and I agreed that I do think Roger Goodell cares about these issues. But we look internally into the NFL and we just watched the NFL draft. We saw on our screens where there what gird many blacks and sea level positions. We know that there aren't many many minorities much less black people in ownership. There's three head. Coaches are black. How do we address those issues in the NFL? That's where the proof comes. That's where the action comes is by addressing the nepotism problem that I believe is still exists in the NFL desperate. We can kind of take this statement. Great Statement. We imply whether it was a pressure of players, which again I applaud our players from leading this now let's go to the next step and action. Let's see the proof when we look at NFL clubs now moving forward and Benjamin, your former teammate drew brees obviously had controversy this week when he said he'd never agree with NFL. Players who knelt during the national anthem. He's since apologized for saying that. Do you accept that apology? Of course of course I know drew is no secret play with do for several years led him and his family. I think that we have to collectively understand that when someone says something that they didn't mean something, no misinterpreted and they apologize. We forget that we move on. Do, said perfectly in a statement that he is going to with his actions through feels I. Think the biggest thing though is. He said he's going to listen. And that's the same thing you hurt Roger Goodell say. I'm going to listen look. We live in a country where we can have a multitude of different perspectives, if drew doesn't with people kneeling for the flag. That's fine what he does have to. Do is understand the plight of others understand the pain of others and be willing to step into their shoes and say you know what I may not agree with that I mean I understand that, but because I love you. Because I love your humanity, I'm willing to listen to where you're coming from and I know the on a shot of ago. Christine it's interesting because when when this was being discussed. When with Colin Kaepernick and others, there were a lot of fans who seem to not appreciate the idea of players taking a knee. Certainly, the president did and It seemed like the pendulum. See when once you know. Game started again and Games are being played. It seems like a lot of the owners backtracked.
"national football league" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Good evening for eleven days now we have been hearing the call for change in this country, it's coming from the ground up from people, all races and backgrounds in the middle of a pandemic. She's thinking about that for a minute. As you look at the live demonstrations on your screen, not only are people risking their safety by speaking out and confronting police, which is something. Most people never do in their lives. They're also putting themselves at greater risk from a virus that's already killed one hundred nine thousand people in this country, a virus, which is still here still transmittable. Transmittable still killing people all around the world that is how urgently people want real and lasting change in the wake of George Floyd's killing by police nearly two mondays ago so badly they want an end toward has been a long running and deadly injustice to African. Americans in this country, and to redeem the country's long-standing promise of equal justice under the law, because you cannot have law and order without equal justice under the law and polling shows a majority of Americans. Most of whom you do not see marching. Agree with them the question tonight. How will those who? Hold Power respond to the calls for change keeping them honest events have shown. The answer is mixed at best and something else entirely at the very top. Today. The Minneapolis City Council, pending the final, okay from a judge approved an agreement boring police from using neck restraints choke holes New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo today announced a new police reform bill that he said would bring more accountability and transparency to law enforcement at the same time and remember. This is in the middle of a national protests over police brutality. We've continued to see instances of police hitting people with batons, not when they were under threat or provoked just because they could, and we've seen moments like this. Police.
"national football league" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"At the National Football League put in place going forward for next year to at least get the ball rolling in the way our friend tied from Cleveland to guest now if it prevents parked up on CBS sports radio I put our E. Penelope drops I try to pull from queens how are you today Paul finally I'm falling asleep here I've never spoken to you actually tried to have a follow up conversation with Maggie and mark so I kind of try to transition and bear with me I'm blind so everything's a little more difficult but anyway this whole thing with the virus I was gonna talk to me about the baseball stuff but this is more important I'm trying to search for the words but what are your previous call is said about wrong place wrong time four times black and all that desktop happens to white people too I'm not sure it's just prejudice some people use mean rotten people you would pay thirty nine I think if we had the ability to videotape absolutely every minute of every day and every place the percentages would not hold up to the point you're trying to make I'm not trying to make the point that happens just as much but it does happen according to the article it talk about it I understand do me a favor might produce a bill you got to come put you on hold.
"national football league" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In the National Football League a little over a week ago nobody in their right mind would have questioned how much time Aaron Rodgers had left is the starting quarterback for the Green Bay Packers a week later it's all anybody could talk about just like Brett farb earlier this week former Packers executive manager Brant thinks that Rodgers will finish his career somewhere else a week ago you know never but the reality of the NFL football is pretty strong quarterback play they play a local play before Rodgers is ready to leave brandy Gaston the power lunch with pragmatic on ninety four five ESPN the reaction continues nationally as well yes peons Louis Riddick says the Packers don't really care about Rogers feelings they are focused solely on what's best for the organization long term this is the situation overall though that there's no doubt that they thought about this before and they knew what the ramifications were going to be quite honestly they didn't care they're looking for to not only the showroom where they feel they can compete but the long term as well they don't really care how this affects their Rick is a regular contributor on ESPN's get up while the world metaphorically burns around him Rogers just seems to be Chillin quarantine shared on Twitter what he's watching on Netflix you posted a photo of himself on a mountaintop still no direct comment on the selection of Jordan love but he seems to be enjoying life during his offseason in basketball Bucks owner Marc Lazare still confident that the NBA will be able to return this season it's not a matter of if but when a lot of unknowns but we are you know might be is we will end up having issues and we'll have the playoffs but that's going to be a whiles away you know the question is is that in July or is that in August I think we all still take July or August that is Lazare speaking about the conclusion of the season on CNBC and finally in baseball for the first time in the history of the event the Little League World Series has been canceled after consultation with the secretary of health here in Pennsylvania certainly our governor in public health officials Ian about ten or twelve states where we play regional qualifying tournaments and are up six additional World Series we've come to the conclusion based on the recommendations and guidance from them that it will be virtually impossible for us to conduct regional and World Series tournaments in the summer of twenty twenty that is little league president and CEO Steve Kean joining ESPN The Little League World Series has been played each and every year dating back to nineteen forty seven and gene you think about it it's not just a domestic problem in terms of getting kids together on the baseball field you're flying and you know teams internationally from all over Europe from Asia all over the place so just logistically really difficult to pull off a little bit this year that's a really good point and you know it it happens later in the summer but you like he said you have all the qualifying tournaments all the other player that has to happen I mean you still come up with a group of teens and send them to the Little League World Series they have to play in as you well know you played in the loss to the team that eventually won one year I love my play then we got smacked about fifteen to one by a team that won the U. S. championship but ended up losing the the Little League World Series championship came to Japan but it was fun to through at least feel like you're a part of it even in a small round back in two thousand and one a cherished childhood memory of getting shellacked district qualifier in Orlando Florida did you have orange slices at least at the end you get to go to the orange slices and a Gatorade the little music on the ride home after getting smacked by these kids look like they were twenty two years old when I was eleven eighteen.
"national football league" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Seven G. M. as in the National Football League the move the NFL draft three years okay watch the tape yes we've inform you commissioner Roger Goodell's told teams around the league draft will go on as rigidly scheduled next month so it will take place April twenty third through the twenty fifth will be scaled down in televised in a way that reflects current conditions it was originally planned to be a big outdoor production in Las Vegas that softies in golf on the decision by the league to keep the draft where it is from a logistical standpoint from a due diligence standpoint from a tone deaf standpoint I don't see how this can go off without a hitch and we already know that it's a crapshoot as it is but we're not having those private workouts not having a chance for your doctors maybe to put hands on the whole guys or maybe get another medical report afterwards if you send somebody to another position because right now all physicians are under such stress and such strain because of his medical health crisis that we have right now anybody moving with any kind of certainty or absolute fox says to me that there's money on the line and there's deadlines that have to be met the goal of doing going will Kane on the idea that the NFL show must go on I think we have to make do do what we can to do our best and I Roger Goodell's right to move forward with the NFL draft because postponing it begs the question of until when what are we gonna be out of this when we got to get back to normalcy when can John Elway go interview players I don't have the answer to that I don't think doctor felt she has the answer to that I don't think anybody has the answer to that just yet if you don't have an answer that you have to make do from Harlem world since free agency started I bother certainly been some I haven't seen a lot of kickback it's everywhere all little nervous of what are people going to think out there guys are signing these big deals in again in our world where a lot of times the big machine of the NFL can get ripped for not doing things socially right I haven't seen a lot of that so I I do think people are enjoying it again in the in the sports world and I and I do think people enjoy the dry the worst of the pandemic is probably still about fifteen days away right and then it's how do we deal with that and that would put us literally eight nine ten days before the start of the draft and there might be a different dynamic there but at this point I think the idea of the NFL going for from a public from a sports fans rushed back right let's be clear I think people are somewhat comfortable with that again this is a by product the New World War now in player physicals not exactly ideal for NFL teams who haven't been able to get the players their facilities to after agreeing to deals one such example the ravens and Michael Brockers the defensive tackle well he's now not heading to Baltimore instead and heading back to the rams two sides did reach an agreement last week on a three year deal rockers couldn't take it a physical at their facility openly did so with an independent doctor concerns arose over a lingering ankle injury two sides couldn't come to terms on an amended deal so he's back to LA for three season cowboys come to terms on deals with kicker Greg Zuerlein and defensive tackle Dontari Poe's airline gets three or seven point five million PO two seasons at ten point five signing in education Dallas is looking to get bigger on that front line speaking of boys.
"national football league" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"No actually Tennessee Jersey so two of the three Jersey changes I can most recently remember happening Tampa Bay Seattle in Tennessee who are good one is bad that's the Buccaneers hope with the falcons are in category good and not in category bad we'll wait and see I guess April maybe drop my birthday April six how bout that Atlanta Falcons if you're listening which I know you have in the past maybe by me or send me one of the new Jersey's in April for my birthday to be really sick you know where to find me here in ninety two nine all right so you go there's your falcon news new uniforms and technically an undisclosed surgery let's move on to the other breaking news tonight and National Football League Lou he clicks store middle linebacker of our division rival Carolina Panthers eight seasons in the National Football League has retired from the N. F. L. he took to the Carolina Panthers Twitter they posted this video after his retirement I've been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to play this game since I was in fourth grade and I've been with the Panthers now for eight years and it's never the right time to step away but now is the right time for me and it's a tough decision I've thought about it a lot and I think now is is is the right chance for me to to move on there's only one way to play this game since I was a little kid is is the play fast and play physical place strong and at this point I don't know if I'm able to do that anymore and that's the part that is the most difficult it is I still want to play but I don't think it's the right decision so I thought about it for a long time and I think now is opportunity for me to step away with with with what's going on here I think we've got a really good linebacker room I think Shaq and those guys and step into a tremendous job I just want to say thank you to the coaches the players the support staff the training staff everybody know involved with this organization has been the best from top to bottom since that day I.
"national football league" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That route and the association of get involved I believe tomorrow what not so how does that process work I mean as a player is it almost like you know for a worker over here restaurant worker or whatnot in the culinary union is it almost like having the union basically going to bat for you and and maybe getting you reinstated in a situation that if you were not a new union you just wouldn't have a chance. I think you know the absolute you know there's a lot of people that look like you're getting what I was planning you know they felt like they were going in different directions they once they weren't representing the players but truly I I think the union does represent players are specially in in situations like this they provide a lawyer I you know if you go in front of the basically the management of the National Football League and which is the commissioner and all the other decisions that they occupy in the front office and you know it in what happens is you literally sit down I don't say it in a large meeting room which is that the table probably can see thirty people so when you're sitting in one of the commissioners is sitting at the other yeah it feels like you know you're getting your final sentence and but what happens is they present evidence and the evidence is the video of the game or something else that you've done either off the field and are you watch and sit there and there's attorneys are along with the commissioner and a lot of other people that are part of the National Football League and they make accusations why did you do this and in the case of a particular play bass wall the film down to the point where you think you've got plenty of time to make decisions you know you're running up there and be just before the contact they slow down so it makes it looks like it like you're walking in the park you know like you got you know several minutes to make a decision on how you want to do this not realizing that that is the way it happens everything is bang bang and what I mean by that is the players are so big and strong and fast now that when these situations occur for the most part they are so quick and you know moving your head around the state not to have the helmet to helmet contact is ridiculous because it doesn't take into effect if you're defender what the often if the player is going to do and you know so many times the offense player actually dogs who. head and they're the ones that are creating the helmet to helmet hit but you know I I do think that you know with with with his continued infractions over a period of time I think you have a cell is getting more and more just in a demand that this behavior will not. it will not continue and they'll they'll do whatever it takes to stanchions find other things that'll just delay or eliminated behavior. take.
"national football league" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The highest level in the National Football League so to do something like this and have you know the the the white Sox in the cryo chamber and the homeless situation but the biggest takeaway from me is that no throughout all of this right all the things that are going on he hasn't had time to develop a relationship in the chemistry with his quarterback because he hasn't been there and that's the biggest thing for me this is in a situation like in Pittsburgh where he has familiarity with Ben Roethlisberger he understands the timing already they've been together for years this isn't that he's going to a new situation a new team with a new quarterback that he have to develop that same type of chemistry if you want to be successful with this team and he hasn't been out there due to these injuries in these things that we've that we've already mentioned so that's the part that kind of shocks me about all of this Antonio brown knows what it takes to compete at the highest level and to be successful and I think as of right now he's kind of taking a step back in that learning curve at least with the Oakland Raiders thing greater France including the one in my left and Jason fits a just because in their eyes and waiting for him to get on the field because when he gets on the feel great things can happen all the other stuff around it so we know Zeke's going to get a deal we know it certainly dak Prescott it's going to get a deal an antique holding out going to get the deal Melvin Gordon with the Chargers Victor two guys supposed to make five point six million this year is getting fined thirty grand today he can be find an actual regular season game check for missing preseason game so he can lose a lot of money if in fact they do accept the fines and it's a guy in my opinion Victor who is not going to win this so if your him or in his camp at what point do you have to draw that line and say you know what this isn't happening I don't have the leverage I need to get back I think you got to have a real conversation with yourself and your agents and your team and just understand where you are and have a real look in that mirror of where you are as an athlete where you are contractually and then have a meeting with your agent and say Hey what how realistic is it for me to get an extension our our new deal how realistic is it because I'm losing thirty granite bay here that I don't have it and that I'm banking on getting a new contract so that doesn't hurt me as much as it should so I think he just has to have that real conversation with himself and understand where he is individually at at and just figure out what it takes to be you know the the level of caliber player that he is is is next level and but he has to have that real conversation with himself and with his team to to put a date on when he can get back when he wants to get back and when he has the humble seven get back in their playful do you think that day to be now do you think you should be gone back I think you should be going back I think that the way this the the way his hold out is I I just think he doesn't have any leverage I I think the way he's going into this whole dot I think obviously the leverage is what he's done on the football field is compare bulls but in terms of the contract in terms of the way that the charges are looking at him I just don't think he has enough leverage to hold out throughout the season pictures of this Michelle Pennzoil performance I'm Victor the NFL just announced a partnership with Jay Z. and roc nation gonna collaborate certainly on the entertainment portion of the product Superbowl halftime shows some other music ventures but they also mentioned this idea of going out and doing work in the community like that we've seen the NFL starting to commit to a little bit more the social justice issues that come with the leave what did you make of it when you saw this in specifically that portion of it explained with the NFL and someone from the outside like JZ I love the I I think it's the perfect marriage between between two brands that can come together really get this thing right for the NFL and and come to speak the language of what's out there in the music industry in entertainment and nothing is going to take with the biggest thing is like social reform and different things that are kind of outside the scope of the NFL so that they can have someone that understands the culture of what the NFL live they understand the culture of the type of fans and people that watch the NFL and what they want to listen to what they want to hear and what they want to see the NFL doing in the community that makes people sit back and say Hey they're they're really work and they're figuring it out there not just sitting back and letting other people do it they're creating unions in partnerships with organizations and companies like roc nation that understand what it takes and what it and understand exactly how to shake things out and and put people in the right place for success and I think the NFL sees they see that in themselves they need someone to come in and help them with this and I think roc nation and Jay Z. specifically are the perfect part you guys can follow him on Twitter at team Vic Victor Cruz as always we appreciate your time and thanks for joining no longer thing from coming up next the.
"national football league" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Figured it's, it's time that we kid kinda focus dedicate some hours to focusing on the National Football League. And you know what was done in the draft? What kind of season are you coming off from a year ago? What are your prospects going forward? Is this an all type season? Are you working with the new head coach are you establishing direction or has a direction already been established, and it's time to put up or shut up? You need to make the playoffs in the National Football League in order to preserve jobs, and I'm not I'm not saying age. I'm not saying the job of the head coach or the job of any particular player, I've talking multiple jobs, because we based decisions based on results and decisions are made not only based on results based on promise as well. And you could see how teams behave how they evaluate their own team. You know, if you make minimal adjustments. You'll one of two things is happening, you're either getting ready to unload, so that you can rebuild or you feel like you can go forward with the team. You have, and Bs competitive is you can be without maybe breaking the Bank to sign that free agent. And when it is time to break, the Bank, maybe it's time that you already. We have seen these things all play out for my hometown team. The Cleveland football Browns. We've not been relevant in a long time. And let's not treat them as a team as an organization that aids existed since stiking forty six for the sake of the state of the team. We are talking only recent history only and we cannot go back farther than when the Browns were expanded into the league in one thousand nine hundred nine there's really very little point in even going that far back. Let's just kind of focus on getting to where we're at right now. Cleveland Browns coming your way this hour. My name's Jeff rich coming to your from Phoenix Arizona, we're doing this one for the troops out there listing on the American forces network. This is the sports byline broadcast. I work, and we'll be right back..
"national football league" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The National Football League. Today's Clark -rageous moment is about a problem that is so present in retail and other businesses that depend on reputation in what people post about them and social media and on review sites. There's a big fight going on in federal court that I read about in the Kansas City star where one jeweler was manipulating listings about another jeweler and putting up these horrific reviews, and apparently paying people in foreign countries to write bad reviews about their competitor. And it's going to be quite interesting Donnybrook in the courts. But the thing was if you read any of the reviews where people were giving trashed reviews, you could tell they weren't legit. And that's why whenever you're trying to decide particularly on a service business or local business. Don't just look at how many stars rating they have on reviews or with any hotel or restaurant or whatever read the reviews because when you start digging in and reading the reviews that. That's when you find the real answers that work for you. But when I read reviews, and I read one center way to glowing or way too negative. I kind of throw those out and read the mass of what people are saying.
"national football league" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"So it was great for a one off. It was absolutely enjoyable as a one off. But that's not the type of football. I wanna see weekend and week out. Okay. So follow up question to what you just said d think as everyone else's predicting this is the future of football in the National Football League. I don't think so because you have to have really good quarterback play. I mean, the one thing that was out there would you have Patrick Mahomes Jared Goff, arguably two of the best young quarterbacks in the National Football League one being of course, California, Berkeley graduate or law like myself Cal football in the house. You know, what I'm saying goading their style. You know, you know, the story bowl Ella bowl eligible. That's right. Boy, you notice story you have to have quarterbacks like that to play like that. And you have to have weapons all over the field. There aren't going to be too many teams that have quarterbacks light that with that complement of weapons, and you also have to have really bad defenses or in the field is well, those defense's, although they have really good playmakers on both sides of the ball Houston. You've got Aaron Donald you got Indomesia consume. You got deformed. You've got really good guys. Just don't have enough guys. But no, I don't think this is gonna be the NFL because I don't think everybody has teams that are built this way. But scoring we'll be at a premium, but not like this this was scoring on steroids. Yes. And I thought it was a little excessive for me for my place. I don't for thirteen ten games like the ravens and Steelers used to put out every single time. They played I like the. The median give me about thirty points of offense..
"national football league" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"And so, you know, you look at their schedule, and you could you could see a way that they could win almost all the games except for the a game at the Rams in week fifteen, but you're not gonna probably think they're gonna win. But I'll be at our games. You could see they could win yet. Do I feel like I mean after what happened to them in the same me that just doesn't happen to you? If you're a good team. If you're going to be a good team. You don't lose by forty one. I mean, can we name? I mean, maybe you go back to that patriot. Team lost you know, early in the lawyer Malloy game. But I think that's just a really bad signing a one of the things I kind of track. His what percent of your games where you did you wear to lewd, if I know more than one scores of a barometer to me and in recent years, you know, New England Seattle been amazing that you know, they they've gone long stretches where that just doesn't happen to them that happened to them. That happened to that Philly team, and I don't write about it. So Alex enough all you were talking. There have been two teams in the history in the modern history of the National Football League who've lost by forty points Anakena game and made is the Super Bowl the two thousand eight cardinals who lost by forty points. The patriots and the nineteen seventy dollars Cowboys. So it's been a high since that teeth thousand eight colonels Stephen granted, we're not asking, you know, we're not asking the eagles to make the Super Bowl. We're not expecting like the Super Bowl. But even if you go to you know, playoff teams, I mean, it's only happens nineteen times happened with the twenty seventeen titans who I believe they lose to before he points the Texans they lost..
"national football league" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"The National Football League. I'm nothing about football. I always leave that to rush. He loves it. I'm a I'm a rugby guy. I like that. I, you know, if I'm if I'm gonna play a sport, that's physically endangering to me. I don't wanna wear a shoulder pads and the safety how man just like to get my head kicked in directly. It's much more sense. Fine. Incredible. It's not just that he's blown up the national anthem. He's actually severed the affection. change everything. So you think there might be someone else? A news force special event tonight. It's.
"national football league" Discussed on Get Up!
"The internet, their role in. So we got some winners and they make fields our second one, but not for what you think this time. It's a little crush Brown John Dorsey. John Dorsey, how you doing buddy boy, playing in the National Football League is a blessing. It's a privilege, not many people get to do it. I mean, buddy boy, school stuff. Being a Cleveland Brown is way more than just playing football. It's about being enough. Not bad. The voice though has to be about southern off his lower like his John doors voices always posing with wings in roses, and he's doing funny televised impersonations of his general manager. Look, I like all of it to the extent that if he plays well, all this is this is fun and adorable, but doing all of it before he plays at all, I think is putting himself out there in a way that I'm not one hundred percent. Sure is a good idea. And also it's in a way that we normally don't see people that played that position do because they're so what responsibility to come with it and you still have to, as you mentioned have to be able to perform. But I think he has a little leeway because he understands he's not going to be the starter so well for them, they're trying to sell a culture. You can't star let the main live. That's what I'd like to say, okay, I you're up GM choose a lot of like like a cow. This is incredibly. Genyk sea lion that's making that picture better already was. Oh my gosh. Everyone's living my dream. I want to wrestle a. bear. I wanna see line and come to a picture with me. I wanna walk tiger. Does that. She do that with all people who come and take a picture. Wants a million one of those. These cute in the door at the sea. Lion does something we're like mad at the people, whatever. That's just how this works. If the sea line was to do something unexpected at that moment, and somebody was again something like that, then we'd be mad at the people. Why wouldn't I be. Harambee all over again. That was the whole thing. But my winter. This particular child just trying to say a very happy word. No happiness. No happiness..
"national football league" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Owners the Commissioner are now on the hook for this. This isn't new isn't rapid response time. It isn't man we had two hours. To figure out how. To respond you've had months and months and months This is going to get ugly And again whether you, are a supporter of the, president whether you oppose the president, whether you are in the middle and it just depends. On the issue with the president it is true that in America. Today we are divided on. Everything we are divided on. Race we are divided on Russia. We are divided on Chinese tariffs we are, divided on a lot of things and that is The National. Football League that thing is as. Much a political story now as it is, a sports story In the reason we're talking. About here on the show is because Something as difficult to figure out like, Humpty Dumpty I don't know how you put this back together again that political reality in two thousand, eighteen is going to, make the National Football, League even more susceptible. Not if not failure but to fall behind it's not just people people are going to turn their TV's off people on the right are gonna turn their tees off TV's off because they think it's unpatriotic and people on the left are. Gonna turn their TV's off because they think they're calling the president they can't stand whatever your perspective will ever the perspective of your neighbor who's. Either will differently the one area. Of agreements going to be. Man the NFL is bad. At this I'm mad at the NFL. I don't respect national globally they're not handling this very well As not good for the sport I'd love someone to give me a, solution because I think the solution two years ago or not a year ago was this, is our policy get a room figuring out come up with the best case scenario and just put your foot down on the sand to the president to the left. To the right to sports tacos, two players to owners. And say this is a policy they didn't do it Now it's hard no one. A solution is you've changed so, many times no one's. Gonna take you seriously But, if, you. Have a suggestion eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four, CBS we'll take, your phone calls on the latest inability of the National Football League to navigate a difficult no doubt situation but a situation that because. Of, their, inability, to get, their, arms, around. It is going to pose a real threat to its popularity eight. Five five two one two four CBS we'll take your phone, calls here on righter than you with.
"national football league" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And complete assistance including hearing testimony if required to the management council which results in a in the finding evidence dish no violation of the policy by another player coach trainer or other person subject to this policy so basically they in the in the pd policy drawn up by the national football league in the nfl office is is that if a player snitch is on another player coach a trainer have you they could have their suspension reduced it's it's interesting because i think most people were on the stand or gray with everybody that's a wrong thing to do i guess but i think most of these players people would agree with this i think a lot of people i guess i did whatever i don't think anyone's gonna wanna snitch or rat out on someone just take your mind your own business and you know even if it's a lesser for you don't the me i don't think anyone's going to do that you know what i mean i any of these guys you know i just don't think that's happening yeah i i don't i don't think it's going to happen listen i don't i don't fault the nfl for putting that in place i agree it's carrot right right and money's money so i mean it's a case solve and we understand how short the nfl career is right and if you've got money coming your way and you're going to be missing game checks and everybody's life is different nobody's life is completely the same not everyone has the same amount of money in the bank when say pd suspension comes down whatever it might be you know you might have family whatever it might be that you have bills to pay the bills keep our role at and then all of a sudden you're looking at a months long of not having any income coming over to you right and that kind of money and you can't make up that kind of money it's not like you can go i'm just gonna go pick up a notch job you're not going to be making nfl money and picking up so i if the bills keep rolling in i believe you could call the credit card companies the mortgage they they want their money kid they don't give a darn so you could pay up early months and months dolan says nothing no yeah a little late and you have all right so i get why it's there in place piece it's a carrot right out there all right you want to help us out but you you you know you wash our back we'll watch you're gonna take care take care right so it's a cat do i think players will buy into that no i don't but i understand why the policies there yeah i do too i agree with you i mean i would think that gets us now possible do that this is something the nfl like the management council would wanna keep khanna quiet i would think because it's not a good look i think i would assume that a chunk of sports fans especially nfl fans would look at this i looked and no one's going to sit here and say okay we agree with pd's and do it i mean i'm probably a little my narrative has always been a little bit like it doesn't bother me as much as some other people but i don't think that most football fans would think it's a good policy to say hey you know wrap the sky out we'll take care of you pack thing you know what i mean i but you're right i see what the nfl is doing and i loved what you put it as a carrot and that's a good that's a good analogy well and here's the other thing though now moving forward now that is out there and it has been publicly debated and talked about and there's been a lot of conversation out there about it what player in their right mind right unless you're set established player yeah if you are saying the first or second year of your nfl career and your special teams guy nobody is ever should you get busted and decide to use pd's why would you ever do that because all of a sudden your first violation instead of getting four games you get to go then everybody in their mother's gonna know that you cooperated in writing somebody else out dude it's that's and that you get basically your career you blacklisted yeah your careers basically you're done you're done and you're what i going to.
"national football league" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270
"A look at if players doing more for his team oklahoma quarterback baker mayfield had a huge game against oklahoma state on saturday last year's heisman finalised through for five hundred ninety eight yards five touchdowns and to picks and rush for another td in a game that's smashed the over the sooner is one bedlam sixty two to fifty two bill rider with the here on the show a lot of you have called then allowed you want to weigh in about what is wrong with the national football league eight five five two one two four cbs let's go to roger in south carolina roger appreciate you listen to mannix rang out you're on cbs sports radio hey built by forget man you bet hey you're you're you're onto something that's not something that it just popped up in the last year a train it's been going all have noticed for several years and if you have to do more with college football in what good about that and and what gotten better about college football unity about what's wrong with the nfl in the nfl does have crawled that are on the field that they don't have diverse offenses sanitized you'll give me great kick that returned they don't have kick off game more really and you don't see many great special kings quite mistakes make for entertaining football a college football y there's more passion there's more energy uh the players it's not a guilt but it's about entertainment and if you look at what we've already had in college football this year the last couple of weeks and what a hit this week in a week after november what like a remember november this november is going to be unbelievable and i think put networking playoff and hit you who made it a shot college football way past the nfl in terms of entertainment in terms of what.