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NFL Players To Trump: Pardons Aren't Enough To Address 'Systemic Injustice'

By Clare Foran, CNN

(CNN) — Earlier this month, President Donald Trump said he wants professional athletes who kneel during the National Anthem to protest racial injustice to tell him who they think the President should pardon next. 359 more words

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NFL: You Aren't Listening

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins talked to the media on Wednesday, June 6. Except, he never said a word. Jenkins used signs to convey his message and the first sign had big letters written on it and simply said: “You aren’t listening.” 499 more words

Football

Bidwill to take part in NFL social justice meeting

For much of the season, the NFL and its players have been trying to work towards support to players’ concerns about social issues and create a social justice partnership/initiative. 164 more words

Blog

POLL: Vote for the top ALL-USA Wide Receiver of all-time

Over the next few weeks, USA TODAY High School Sports will unveil its nominees for the American Family Insurance 35th Anniversary ALL-USA Football Team.

POLL: 136 more words

Football

Fan Friday 10-27

We’ll see if the Bills can remain undefeated at home against the Raiders Sunday. Here are your questions on Twitter @ChrisBrownBills and email at AskChris@bills.nfl.net… 876 more words

Inside The Bills

Anquan Boldin Is A Sandbagging SOB

As I opened Twitter last night to start ragging on the Dolphins who played like dog shit on Thursday Night Football, I noticed some buzz going around about Anquan Boldin. 353 more words

Hambone

NFL: The Cause, Explained

One thing that has been noticeably missing from the protests of the NFL’s special snowflakes is any coherent cause compelling their concerns. “The man is keeping me down,” “all whites are racists/white supremacists,” “the cops are killing us all”—even when the police officers that shoot a black criminal are themselves black—are all generalized complaints, as are desires for social justice and “equality” in general, but until now, no one has, in any coherent, reasonably intelligent manner, explained what the protests are all about. 1,473 more words

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