Always was a football fan like most. Saturdays are now football days and the LFL (Ladies or Legends Football League) commands more respect. The LFL decided to take a stand and quite honestly looked more shocked they had to answer a question about standing for a flag. Tune in to the league, it is a better game.
The NFL did not allow the Dallas Cowboys to honor 5 fallen police officers after Black Lives Matter called for the “killing of pigs.” The NFL did not want the great Tim Tebow to kneel and thank God for being blessed to bed in the NFL. But the NFL does not enforce their own policy. A policy designed to honor the people who fight and fought for this country. When anyone enters work, there is no such thing as freedom of speech. There are work rules. Every fan out there should be encouraged to not purchase an beverages or food at the games. hit the NFL in the pockets.
Then we cam upon this article by a player on the Titans. This is pathetic. Maybe he forgot who pays his salary.
“And the fans that don’t want to come to the game? I mean. OK. Bye,” he told the paper, “If you feel that’s something – we’re disrespecting you, don’t come to the game.”
Walker, who is in the middle of a $13.3 million dollar contract with the Nashville-based team, said the demonstrations are not intended to be an affront to the military. (No one really knows why they are kneeling anyway. Remember Kapernick not only kneeled he wore socks that called police officers, “pigs.”)
“It’s about equal rights. That’s all everyone is trying to show… that we all care about each other,” Walker said.
Coach Mike Mularkey stand that he thought it was a team-wide decision to remain in the locker room last week.
But, Jessie James Decker, the country singer and wife of wide receiver Eric Decker, said her husband was not told about the plan.