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Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Just Let The NFL’s NASTIEST Secret Slip And Now The League Is PISSED

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As the NFL national anthem protests drag on into week 7 of the season, more fans have decided to boycott, and it isn’t hard to understand why either. The game of football or any other sport is a time for fans to relax and to forget about all stresses in their lives including politics. However, social justice warriors within the NFL had chosen to use their platform to lecture Americans on how racist they are and criticize law enforcement. No matter how much the public decries their demonstration rooted in racism, they continue to kneel during the anthem or in some cases, raise a militant black power fist in the air.

Many NFL coaches and team owners have turned a blind eye to the destruction this protest has caused, but not all team owners. Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is opening up about what is happening within the NFL and executives are livid after he let this secret slip out.

It is no secret that Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has been an outspoken critic of the NFL national anthem protests. Just a few weeks ago, Jones stated that the “national anthem” was the wrong time to stage a protest, and the majority of Americans agree wholeheartedly with that statement. Though instead of the league listening to their fans or even Jones’ sound words of wisdom, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and other team owners allow these ungrateful players to spit in the face of our veterans and country week after week.

Now, Jones is telling the ugly truth of how these protests are damaging the NFL’s image, and if they continue, it is entirely possible they may not be able to recover from it.  

Here is more from Breitbart:

As the National Football League’s 2017 Week 7 wound down, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones spoke about the anthem protests which have spread throughout the league. Jones says that the league is suffering “negative” consequences over the continuing protests.

“There is no question,” Jones told The Dallas Morning News on Sunday. “There is no question the league is suffering negative effects from these protests:”

Jones has spoken out several times this season about the continued protests, and it is clear he is no fan.

At the end of September, Jones said that he thinks the national anthem is not the right time to mount protests against the country.

“I do not think the place to express yourself in society is as we recognize the American flag and all the people that have made this great country,” Jones said in an interview with Fox Business Network.

“That’s not the place to do anything other than honor the flag and everybody that’s given up a little for it,” he added.

By October, Jones was incensed enough with the anthem protests that he exclaimed that his team would stand for the anthem or they would not play. It was a statement that drew much criticism by the players union and several civil rights groups.

Indeed, the NAACP accused Jones of attempting to violate his players’ rights.

Despite Jones’ proclamations, though, on Sunday Cowboys defensive end David Irving raised the militant black power fist during the anthem at Sunday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. Thus far it doesn’t appear that Irving has suffered any consequences at the hands of the team’s owner.

For their part, four 49ers took a knee during the nation’s song.

While leftists argue that these players have rights to protest, they forget one small detail in that argument. The players have a right to protest peacefully, but when it is on their own free time and not company time.

When an NFL player slips on their team uniform for whatever team they play for they are now a representative for the team and their fans. If the team owners were to add into their contracts that they were to stand for the national anthem and they sign it and then refuse to stand, well, then they are in breach of contract. None of these players are being forced to play for anyone of these owners, and if they don’t like their rules then go elsewhere for work.

It would be prudent to the team owners and NFL executives to start erecting boundaries with these overpaid athletes before they sink the NFL for good. 

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NFL Legend John Elway Just ENDED ALL Racist Player Protests After League Commissioner Refused

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As the current executive vice president of football operations and general manager of the Denver Broncos of the National Football League, John Elway knows a thing or two about football, sportsmanship, and respect.

He’s watched the sport he retired from in 1998 devolve into a national mockery, thanks to the sideline antics of ignorant athletes who intentionally disrespect the country before each game. This isn’t the league that Elway once played for and didn’t become the winningest quarterback in National Football League history, after 16 seasons and two Super Bowl championships because he was focused on protesting.

Protesting wasn’t popular in football when Elway was on the field. Players played the game, respected the country, the sport, franchise, and fans and went out to win for their team every game.

Now, working with the NFL in an executive capacity with the Denver Broncos, Elway has seen enough in this preseason and is putting an end to it. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell picked his side and told fans to be the tolerant ones, not the protesting athletes, but Elway has a different approach to the problem.

It’s been about a week since the debauchery began with players kneeling or sitting out the National Anthem. A Denver Bronco player wasn’t among those who disrespected our country, but the Colorado team’s linebacker, Brandon Marshall, did kneel last year for several games.

Elway has finally broken his silence on the matter and pointed out the one big problem with these protests which nobody has before.

247 Sports reports:

Asked Thursday about sitting or kneeling during the National Anthem — a trend started by Colin Kaepernick in 2016 and continuing this preseason — the Broncos’ general manager gave a strong, well-thought-out response.

The gist? He respects players’ beliefs and supports their rights, with the caveat being that it doesn’t hurt the team.

“We have not had a conversation with them and I think that my stance—I think everybody has the right to do what they wish to do and their beliefs are their beliefs. That’s why we live in this country and they have the right to display whatever they wish to display,” Elway said.

“I think one thing that where we stand and I can stand with the Broncos is that you know what, that’s OK, we’ll respect that and whatever you want to do is fine with us. But the bottom line is, that can’t get in the way of our main goal and that is to compete for World Championships. I just don’t want that pulling away from our team. Sometimes that can pull away because obviously it gets a lot of attention.”

Players’ protests are selfish since they hurt the team, franchise, and NFL which is something they should recognize considering that football is more than a game, it’s a business. However, this is a team sport and they are part something bigger than themselves and their cause.

The entire team wants to win what they were hired to play the sport to do, and one bad apple can derail everyone from what should be the common goal of a championship – not a political cause.

“The only thing I would say to our players is make sure it’s not hurting your teammates, right? Because if the questions and everything the tenor changes of what’s going on in these interviews and now you’re not talking about our next opponent but talking about what’s going on out in the world,” Elway explained in his interview.

“That’s not the best thing for our football team. My only advice—we tell our players, I respect where you stand, just when you’re doing anything just understand what it’s doing to the football team because I want all of these guys to understand that we’re football first and we want to win football games.”

Elway reiterated the fact that he completely respects people’s differences of opinions — we all do. All fans of the sport don’t care what a player’s personal politics are, or if they agree with them on 100% of the same issues. Fans just want to watch and enjoy the sport without it being politicized.

There’s a time, place, and respectable way to express your opinions and it’s often not on the job or in an arena like this. These players are part of a team first and if they protest and compromise the goal of the group in doing so, they should be punished for that.

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Packers Coach Just Pissed Off Every Racist Player With What He Put On Field To Stop Protests

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The National Football League is about to wrap up the season and  anti-Amerian players are already coming out in droves. They letting fans and franchise owners know what to expect of their disrespect for the country from the start of their first game, with no plans to stand for the National Anthem at any game in the near future.

The league commissioner has already announced that he’s not imposing any punishment on this overpaid players. In Commissioner Roger Goodell’s announcement on the matter, he put the problem on the fans, informing everyone who pays to watch the NFL that they need to be tolerant of what the players are saying in their protest.

Goodell had the chance to save the NFL and their profits from this debauchery but didn’t. Now it’s up to individual coaches, players, and team owners to decide where they stand, sit, or kneel for the National Anthem and if they are going to tolerate protests or play the game as they are paid to do.

The season started with Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch coming out of retirement to park his backside on the bench during the anthem in a deliberate show of disrespect. His former teammate on the Seahawks, Michael Bennett, thought that was a cool thing to do too and followed in Lynch’s lead.

However, Bennett’s brother plays for the Green Bay Packers and Coach Mike McCarthy of that team has a much different approach to these disgusting protests than others in the league.

McCarthy doesn’t seem to agree with the Commissioner’s apologetic approach and has something else planned for these anti-American stars who think they are going to get away with protesting on his field. They are paid millions to play a game – not make negative political statements.

Michael Bennett’s brother, Martellius Bennett, has given no indication that he will follow in his anti-American brother’s lead, and chances are he never will. The difference between the teams is who is leading them and the Packers have a coach who respects this country and expects his players to as well.

Madison.com reports:

Mike McCarthy doesn’t know if anyone on his sideline will join the ranks of NFL players using the national anthem as an opportunity to protest.

But if they do, the Green Bay Packers coach can say this for certain: They will do so with a knowledge of the history of the anthem and an understanding of how important he believes it is.

Ahead of his team’s next game, the coach was asked what he expects from his team when the anthem is played before each game. Rather than giving a politically correct answer of everyone having a right to free speech and to express how they somehow feel oppressed while making millions playing a game, he explained that he expects patriotism and good sportsmanship.

More importantly, McCarthy has taken it upon himself to educate his players on why we stand for the anthem since ignorance is why most of the idiotic athletes are sitting or kneeling on the sidelines. He’s putting knowledge of the real history of this nation on the field to stop players from making fools of themselves with protests.

When entitled, disrespectful players from other teams show up to his field, they are going to see what real men who respect this nation look like. In turn, those sitting out will look stupid in the shadows of the heroes standing for the anthem.

McCarthy said he addresses the anthem and his expectation of proper decorum during it with the players via a preseason presentation. 

“It’s something that I’ve done each and every year here since I’ve been the head coach,” McCarthy said. “We have a PowerPoint presentation that you update (each year), and you always try to deliver the message clearly to the team.

“Our approach has always been to give the history and the understanding of what the national anthem means, and why it’s played before any National Football League game, particularly how (the tradition) started after World War II. I go through the whole history and the importance of what it means to you personally.”

This is the exact stance that every coach of every team should take since the NFL Commissioner refused to prioritize patriotism over the sport.

The Dallas Cowboys head coach, Jason Garrett, recently came out with the same stance as McCarthy, saying that the National Anthem is “sacred” and he expects his team to stand.

The Packers coach recognizes that the problem most of the players have is that they don’t understand what they think they are protesting by sitting out the anthem. That not only makes the player look stupid but is an embarrassment to the entire team and the NFL.

It’s nice to see two teams with their priorities straight and it’s a shame that so many other coaches and players in the NFL have tainted the reputation of the sport, leading to many spectators boycotting the season. Other teams should take note and run their operation like McCarthy and Garrett – with respect and honor for our flag and freedom and the real heroes who gave their life defending both.

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Trump Is On FIRE! Delivers The Devastating KNOCKOUT Blow Against LaVar Ball!

Right in the FACE! BOOM!

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No matter what he does and how much he wins, President Trump just can’t seem to make the left happy. Even when he gets three spoiled, entitled ball players out of ten years of hard labor in a Chinese prison.

As most everyone has heard by now, President Trump was able to get the Chinese government to release 3 UCLA basketball players. LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley, and Jalen Hill, who have now been suspended indefinitely by the Bruins basketball team. All three players apologized at a news conference Wednesday morning about the incident in China that had them stay behind on a team trip after they were accused of shoplifting at 3 different local area stores.

But of course, since their Messiah, Former President Barack Hussein Obama, had no hand in freeing these 3 characters, the American left and even one of the player’s fathers just can’t seem to give Trump the credit he so rightly deserves. In fact, LaVar Ball, LiAngelo’s father is not giving President Trump any of the credit. When asked about his son’s return and the whole ordeal he actually had the gall to say “Who?” when asked about Trump’s involvement in the matter. “What was he over there for? Don’t tell me nothing. Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out.”

But today President Trump replied in an epic way:

This is everything that’s wrong with our great nation and the media. People like this ball tosser’s father are given a platform to spew their biased hate to the public. Instead of this so-called father asking himself what he did wrong that his son would go off and shoplift at 3 different stores, he attacks President Trump for stating the obvious and getting his son out of 10 years of hell.

Via US News:

3 UCLA Basketball Players Suspended After Theft in China

Three UCLA basketball players accused of shoplifting at three high-end stores in China publicly apologized before coach Steve Alford announced they were being suspended indefinitely.

 Three UCLA basketball players detained for shoplifting at three high-end stores in China publicly apologized Wednesday before coach Steve Alford announced they were being suspended indefinitely.

Freshmen LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley won’t be allowed to suit up, practice or travel with the team while the university continues to sort out the circumstances of last week’s incident in Hangzhou, China, Alford said during a news conference at Pauley Pavilion.

“These are good young men who have exercised an inexcusable lapse of judgment and now they have to live with that,” Alford said. “They let a lot people down in the process.”

“I’m confident that they have already begun to use this experience as a life lesson,” he added.

The No. 23 Bruins edged Central Arkansas 106-101 in overtime in their home opener on Wednesday night.

Ball, Hill and Riley took turns confessing to the theft and apologizing while also thanking President Donald Trump for intervening on their behalf with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping. The players had returned to Los Angeles on Tuesday after Chinese authorities withdrew the charges against them.

“I’m sorry for stealing from the stores in China,” said Ball, the younger brother of Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball, who played last season at UCLA.

“I’ve learned my lesson from this big mistake and I’m a hundred percent sure I’ll never make a mistake like this again. It’s going to make me a better person from here on out.”

Lonzo Ball said, “That’s up to UCLA to decide what they’re going to do with the situation. I’m just happy he’s home.”

When it was his turn, Hill said, “I’m sorry for shoplifting. What I did was stupid. I don’t want to be known for this dumb mistake.”

 “I hope you can forgive my stupid, childish actions,” he added.

Riley was the first to speak and he thanked the Pac-12 Conference, several UCLA administrators and his teammates.

“You guys mean so much to me,” Riley said of his teammates. “I’m sorry for letting you down.”

Athletic director Dan Guerrero also spoke at the news conference, but no one took questions from a large group of media.

Alford didn’t specify what the indefinite suspensions mean, saying only that the three players would have to earn their way back onto the team. He said that once the office that reviews student conduct has completed its work, the athletic department would “make the best judgment we can about the length of that suspension.”

Alford said at some point, the trio may be permitted to join team workouts, meetings and practices, but that timeline has yet to be decided.

“We will come to a resolution in short order,” Guerrero said.

Earlier Wednesday, Trump tweeted: “Do you think the three UCLA Basketball Players will say thank you President Trump? They were headed for 10 years in jail!”

All three players did.

“I’d like to thank President Trump and the United States government for the help that they provided us as well,” Ball said.

The players were detained in Hangzhou for questioning following allegations of shoplifting last week before the Bruins beat Georgia Tech in their season-opening game in Shanghai. The rest of the UCLA team returned home Saturday.

Guerrero said the incident occurred when the team was given 90 minutes of free time on Nov. 6 in Hangzhou.

“Those three visited several stores, took items from three stores and returned to the hotel,” he said, without revealing the items taken or their value.

 The next day, Guerrero said, police arrived at the hotel shared by UCLA and Georgia Tech and interviewed both teams in an attempt to identify the culprits. Police searched the players’ personal belongings and the team bus before identifying Ball, Hill and Riley, he said.

No one from Georgia Tech was implicated.

Guerrero said the UCLA trio was taken to a police station for questioning, and Alford arrived later, along with basketball administrator Chris Carlson. Guerrero found out while flying to Shanghai.

After being arrested, the players remained in custody for questioning and were released on $2,220 bail on Nov. 8. Guerrero said they had to give up their passports and agree to travel restrictions.

Upon their release, they remained in a hotel at UCLA’s insistence, not the local police’s, with Carlson and another administrator supervising them, Guerrero said.

He said the bail money was refunded by police. Once the charges were withdrawn, the trio acknowledged breaking the law, he said.

Guerrero said UCLA provided the resources to help the players and the university is working to see who is responsible for costs and any NCAA implications.

Police told the players they could leave the country on Tuesday and they boarded a plane later that day.

Guerrero said Alford reminded his team of the expectations for good behavior before they left on the trip and while they were in China.

UCLA traveled to China as part of the Pac-12’s global initiative that seeks to popularize the league’s athletic programs and universities overseas. The China Game is in its third year, and while the scandal was developing the league announced that California and Yale will play in next year’s edition.

Someone who speaks like this Levar Ball shouldn’t even be asked questions by the media. Who cares what this failed father has to say. We as a nation better start to wise up and put these people in their places. What exactly entitles this man to give his opinion on this international incident considering he wasn’t even able to raise his son to know the difference between right and wrong?

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