Baltimore Ravens tight end Benjamin Watson took a poke at me recently for my comments on the NFL players’ protests
Ever since this whole “players kneeling during the National Anthem” imbroglio started sending the NFL’s popularity ratings into sudden death...
The NFL’s war on its own fans is going about as well for them as Grenada vs. the USA.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has issued a ruling on players standing for the National Anthem: they’re not going to require them to do it.
With Aaron Rogers out due to a broken collarbone, the Green Bay Packers just signed Joe Callahan as quarterback. When they could have had Colin Kaepernick?
A big salute to Vice President Mike Pence, who walked out of a 49ers/Colts game Sunday after several San Francisco players once again “took a knee” during the National Anthem.
One of the most frustrating aspects of the current wave of NFL protests is when their defenders attempt to paint fans who complain as racist or uncaring about police brutality.
As I’ve pointed out before, all the arguments about the First Amendment, the importance of the issue, how passionately the players feel, etc., are irrelevant.
Apparently, some women basketball players think that bringing divisive political messages into the arena during the National Anthem is working out so spendidly for the NFL, they need to start doing it during WNBA games as well.
And now that the backlash is growing in strength, the Dallas Cowboys...