The Philadelphia Eagles may have miraculously won the Super Bowl over the Patriots dynasty but their celebration could be short-lived due to the poison that the organization has willingly ingested. The reigning champions will be the new home for one of the NFL’s biggest troublemakers in Colin Kaepernick’s successor as an agitator Michael Bennett.
As could have been expected, the NFL quickly moved to stifle another owner who strayed from the official unstated policy of deference to those who disrespect the country with their national anthem protests. On Monday it was reported that Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross had taken a bold stand by saying that every member
Whatever it was that false prophet Colin Kaepernick originally intended to express through his protest of the national anthem last season, it has now evolved to include a vast litany of grievances. The militant former San Francisco 49ers quarterback made it clear that he was taking a knee to show dissatisfaction with the flag,
Fans at the Mercedes Benz Superdome for Sunday’s game between the New Orleans Saints and the Detroit Lions were treated to another show of how little respect that many of the team’s players have for this once great country’s institutions as the NFL protests continue. The very same team that visited London and protested
The National Football League has executed a flea flicker play and will NOT require players to stand during the national anthem. Despite earlier reports that Commissioner Roger Goodell had sent a letter to teams that no kneeling would be allowed, that has been reversed and it now appears that the protests will continue indefinitely
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones found himself on the receiving end of the anti-Trump hate machine this week after he told his team that anyone disrespecting the flag during the national anthem would be benched. Jones’s comments set off another round of racial fury from a bunch of people who just can’t let it
First, it was the Pittsburgh Steelers and now another one of the NFL’s historical teams is more interested in the culture wars than what they are getting paid to do on the field. Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers – who is already off to a slow start – is calling for fans
People in Louisiana absolutely love their Saints. They stuck with them through thick and thin (mostly thin) during decades of horrific play and national mockery. This humble author actually lived outside of New Orleans back in the days when fans would wear bags over their heads when they went to games but still, they