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NFL Wife Just Made Foul Admission About What Else Black Offensive Line Did To White QB For Supporting Anthem

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And just when you thought the ungrateful millionaires in the NFL couldn’t go lower, they manage to once again pull another rabbit from their collective hats.

Miko Grimes, the wife of Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Brent Grimes, who once feuded with Miami Dolphins beat writers while her husband was with that team made a truly frightening claim. On Tuesday, while on a nationally syndicated morning program “The Breakfast Club,” Grimes claimed that the Oakland Raiders did, in fact, allow quarterback Derek Carr to get injured after Raiders players had a locker room fight in which Carr demanded that his teammates stand during the national anthem instead of kneeling.

She did not say where the story came from or offer anything in the way of sourcing to back up her frightening claim.

It is a known fact that Carr is a religious man and he, like most true believers in God, is to the right of the political spectrum. So the defensive line acting this way towards their quarterback isn’t out of the question considering these players only pretty much care about their own egos and to them the existence of a higher power other than themselves comes as a hard pill to swallow.

ESPN Reports:

Raiders underachieving at midseason, despite Derek Carr, Marshawn Lynch

Here’s a look at the first half of the season for the Oakland Raiders and a preview of what to expect the second half:

First-half snapshot with grade: What started out with so much promise — a 2-0 start with Marshawn Lynch getting “hyphy” by dancing on the sideline in a rout of the New York Jets — has become a frustrating muddle in Oakland. The Raiders’ high-powered offense, which was ranked No. 6 last season, was just 20th at the midway point, seemingly having lost its identity. A year ago, the Raiders were a smashmouth, power-running team that rode Derek Carr’s arm to late-game heroics. Now, under new offensive coordinator Todd Downing, Lynch is averaging just 3.8 yards per carry, though his two-TD performance at Miami last weekend provided a spark, and Carr, who missed a game with a broken bone in his back a season after breaking his right pinkie finger and his right leg, was throwing too many short passes for the liking of anyone in Silver and Black, before going deep with success in Miami. A 4-5 record is the epitome of underachieving in Oakland these days. Grade: Below average

Midseason MVP: Michael Crabtree. The receiver, in his third year in Oakland, has been a constant in an increasingly inconsistent offense. His 411 receiving yards on 33 catches and 12.5 yards per reception average led the team through eight games. His six touchdown catches were tied for the third-most in the NFL. Sure, someone has to throw the ball to him, but with his sure hands you could make a case that he should be targeted on even more passes, especially on third down. In the Week 8 loss at the Buffalo Bills, Crabtree ran a deep in route that had many old-school Raiders looking on in admiration. Alas, Carr did not see him.

Best moment: Upending the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7, 31-30, during a Thursday prime-time affair in Oakland. The game ended with Crabtree’s 2-yard TD catch from Carr and a Giorgio Tavecchio PAT with no time on the clock, which halted the Raiders’ four-game losing streak. It appeared as though the offense had rediscovered its mojo after Carr directed an 11-play, 85-yard drive in the final 2:25. Plus, it lifted a huge weight from Carr, who beat the Chiefs for only the second time in his four-year career.

Worst moment: Getting beat up and embarrassed on national television at the Washington Redskins in Week 3. As if losing 27-10, while going 0-for-11 on third down, was not bad enough, a string of conspiracy theories followed. One included the offensive line being so upset with Carr for not kneeling with them during the national anthem that they let him take a beating that night. Another had the Raiders too distracted with planning a protest in the wake of President Donald Trump’s national anthem comments two nights earlier. Think what you want, but this much was true: Oakland was the only NFL team some 3,000 miles away from home, cooped up in a hotel all day long, watching protests across the league and, with the Raiders’ heritage of social advancement, had been given the green light by owner Mark Davis to demonstrate, if they pleased. You could say the Raiders have yet to fully recover from that game, in which they were dominated physically.

Second-half outlook: Five times during his 15-minute media conference following the Week 8 loss at Buffalo that dropped Oakland’s record to 3-5, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said “mojo,” as in that is what his team needed to recapture to get on track. Davis sat in the lobby of the Ritz Carlton in Sarasota, Florida, where the team stayed between games at Buffalo and at the Miami Dolphins, for a couple of hours two days after the loss to the Bills, cooling off from the disappointing start while offering encouragement to passing-by players. Words will not help as much as production. For the offense to achieve what is expected, it needs to go back to being a forceful unit that sets up the play-action pass with Lynch pounding the ball up the middle; and Carr has to be confident enough to take more deep shots, rather than settle for 3-yard passes on third-and-7. Meanwhile, the defense is only ranked 26th in the league through nine games, despite the presence of reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year Khalil Mack.

Will someone please buy this man a set of suspenders before he loses his pants!

Of course, none of her allegations have been proven and it’s doubtful they will ever be able to be proven true or false. Just the fact that so many people believe it’s true, without even taking into consideration how poorly the Raider’s play day in and day out,  even before the whole National Anthem shenanigans demonstrates just how bad things have gotten for the NFL and their paid employees.

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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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This Is The Sick New Protest NFL Players Have Planned For ‘Racist’ Thanksgiving Day Games After They See Who’s Showing Up

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Thanksgiving is fast approaching and in case you didn’t have any family controversy to keep you livid this holiday season, your friends over at the National Football League will, of course, do something infuriating to disrupt your holiday. This year, the already failing sports league is further damaging their reputation by retaliating against one of their own teams.

Apparently, the current National Anthem protest that has dug the NFL into an almost unrecoverable hole is being combined with a grievance that the social justice warriors were wining about previously. That being the name of Washington’s team. The Redskins were at the center of a controversy over their name and if it was disrespectful to the Native American population in the United States.

The most recent objection is to the fact that the Redskins will be hosting a Thanksgiving day game, which some consider to be some sort of sick joke. If we assumed that the majority of Americans even cared about football anymore (which their ratings would say that we don’t) it seems like the anniversary of making friends with the Native Americans would be a great thing to celebrate. However, according to Fox News Insider, that’s just not how it’s being viewed by those fellow Americans who can find offense at anything:

“A writer for The Nation magazine criticized the NFL for putting the Washington Redskins game on primetime on Thanksgiving.

Dave Zirin wrote that the ‘R*dskins’ name is a ‘slur, a name that exists mainly because of genocide and displacement.’

‘It’s as if NFL owners, by having Washington host this game, are having their own private joke,’ Zirin wrote, adding ‘a league that celebrates racial slurs can never be an engine for social change.’

Washington fan Juan Williams, who said he also finds the name offensive to Native Americans, asked the panel their thoughts on the story.

‘Doesn’t matter what you call them, they’re going to lose anyway,’ Philadelphia native and Eagles fan Jesse Watters remarked.”

Watters remark is probably the most accurate assessment that could be made. Not only do many predict that they will lose the game, everyone in the NFL is losing on a much grander scale lately. The NFL has completely PC’ed itself out of an audience by alienating anyone who possesses even a modicum of patriotism.

Maybe some of the former NFL fans would have been open to hearing about any problems actual Native Americans had about the name “Redskins” if it had been the American Indians who were making the complaints, but at this juncture, it’s a moot point. In fact, the same Fox interview pointed out that a recent study showed that about 90 percent of Native Americans didn’t find the name “Redskins” offensive at all.

However, what many do find offensive is what the teams have planned for the Thanksgiving game. Whether prompted by the Holiday shake-up, or as a flailing attempt to try an appease the disgruntled ex-fans who are still boycotting all things NFL, the league is considering keeping the teams inside their lockers for the National Anthem. Daily Mail reports that this is not the response to the boycott that the President or the people wanted, and President Trump let them know about it:

“Donald Trump ramped up his battle with the National Football League on Wednesday, tweeting his frustrations about national-anthem protests before 6 o’clock in the morning from the confines of his Florida Mar-a-Lago resort.

‘The NFL is now thinking about a new idea – keeping teams in the Locker Room during the National Anthem next season. That’s almost as bad as kneeling!’ the president wrote. 

‘When will the highly paid Commissioner finally get tough and smart? This issue is killing your league!’

Trump was referring to a Washington Post report on Tuesday that outlined a possible new league policy being privately debated by NFL team owners.”

'When will the highly paid Commissioner finally get tough and smart?' the president wrote in a jab at Roger Goodell; 'This issue is killing your league!'

‘When will the highly paid Commissioner finally get tough and smart?’ the president wrote in a jab at Roger Goodell; ‘This issue is killing your league!’

Various players and teams have stayed in their locker rooms before games this year, emerging only after the National Anthem is played in order to avoid the decision of whether or not to stand.

Most recently, Trump slammed Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch for continuing to sit for The Star Spangled Banner, despite standing for the Mexican anthem before a game on Sunday.

Lynch’s latest protest took place on Sunday before the Raiders played the New England Patriots at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.” 

President Donald Trump said Wednesday morning on Twitter that the NFL shouldn't enact a policy requiring players to remain in their locker rooms while the National Anthem is played

The NFL should never have found itself in this predicament in the first place. Professional sports is where people go to try and avoid thinking about any heavy issues of the day, but because of the disrespect of the players, those issues invaded a once worry free refuge. When it’s ceased to be politics-free, it ceased to be popular.

[H/T: Fox News Insider, Daily Mail]

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BREAKING: NFL Executives Just Woke To Devastating News About The Rest Of Their Season Today

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The National Football League is starting to learn what happens when you let your paid employees disrespect The United States of American and all she stands for.

Our boycott is working folks. The NFL’s TV ratings were once again down again in week two. A Jefferies analyst has projected that its TV partners could lose out on $200 million or more, in earnings, if its rating troubles persist in a double-digit way. During week two the NFL saw a 4% drop from 2016’s week two in live and same-day average viewers of Sunday games and a 14% drop in viewers for Monday Night Football.

I am sure NFL spokesmen will deflect the blame by saying there are too many penalties or that the games are too long. But patriotic Americans know very well what’s going on, and it’s not the games. It’s the players disrespecting our nation, her flag and all of us, by refusing to stand for the national anthem.

Red Alert Politics Reports:

The National Football League is in the midst of turbulent times as ratings for the second week of the football season received less than promising returns.

After a 12 percent dip during the kickoff weekend from 2016, week 2 saw a 15 percent slump from the previous year. The NFL on CBS singleheader on Sunday afternoon brought in an 8.4 rating and 14.5 million viewers, which is down 24 percent from last year’s broadcast on FOX that brought in an 11.0 rating and 19.2 million viewers. CBS’ 8.4 rating is the lowest its had since 1998. CBS’ 8.4 rating is the lowest its had since 1998, and has seen double-digit drops for two straight weekends this year.

Some are arguing that the situation between Colin Kaepernick and the NFL is a reason why viewership is dropping. Progressives with big followings like social justice writer Shaun King have called for a complete boycott of the NFL for its “anti-blackness.” Meanwhile, conservatives like actor James Woods is boycotting the NFL, too, for allowing Kaepernick’s protest of the flag to happen in the first place.

The four networks who broadcast NFL games, CBS, ESPN, Fox, and NBC will generate a total of around $2.5 billion in NFL ad revenue this year alone. This would mean that a 10% drop in ratings over the course of the season could cost those networks a total of $200 million cut in earnings.

Sports Illustrated Reports:

Every NFL Player Who Has Protested During the National Anthem this Season

If you were under the impression that Colin Kaepernick’s continued unemployment would cause NFL players to think twice before protesting during the national anthem, think again.

Last year, Kaepernick sat (and later kneeled) during the anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality. Several other players joined him throughout the season. Yet despite the blowback Kaepernick received in some quarters, NFL players appear even more eager to protest than last season. Perhaps the biggest story of the 2017 preseason has been the willingness of players to demonstrate during the pregame rendition of the anthem.

After the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va., earlier this month, momentum only seems to be growing. What started with Marshawn Lynch and Michael Bennett this preseason has grown to a wide range of players, mostly black but also white. During one preseason game, the Browns staged the largest group protest to date, with at least 10 players demonstrating.

Here’s a look at the players who have knelt, sat or demonstrated in some way during the national anthem so far this season.

REGULAR SEASON
• Marcus Peters, Chiefs (sat)
• Marshawn Lynch, Raiders (sat)
• Michael Bennett, Seahawks (sat)
• Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles (raised fist)
• Robert Quinn, Rams (raised fist)
• Martellus Bennett, Packers (raised fist)
• Chris Long, Eagles (put his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins’s shoulder)
• Rodney McLeod, Eagles (put his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins’s shoulder)
• Justin Britt, Seahawks (put his hand on teammate Michael Bennett’s shoulder)
• Thomas Rawls, Seahawks (put his hand on teammate Michael Bennett’s shoulder)
• Cliff Avril, Seahawks (sat)
• Frank Clark, Seahawks (sat)
• Johnny Hekker, Rams (embraced teammate Robert Quinn)
• Eric Reid, 49ers (knelt surrounded by teammates)

PRESEASON
• Marshawn Lynch, Raiders (sat)
• Michael Bennett, Seahawks (sat)
• Cliff Avril, Seahawks (sat during the end of the anthem)
• Seth DeValve, Browns (knelt)
• Duke Johnson Jr., Browns (knelt)
• Terrance Magee, Browns (knelt)
• Isaiah Crowell, Browns (knelt)
• Kenny Britt, Browns (knelt)
• Ricardo Louis, Browns (knelt)
• Jabrill Peppers, Browns (knelt)
• Calvin Pryor, Browns (knelt)
• Jamar Taylor, Browns (knelt)
• Christian Kirksey, Browns (knelt)
• Jamie Collins, Browns (knelt)
• Ron Brooks, Eagles (knelt)
• Shalom Luani, Raiders (knelt)
• Eric Reid, 49ers (knelt)
• Cameron Jefferson, Bills (raised fist)
• Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles (raised fist)
• Jurrell Casey, Titans (raised fist)
• Wesley Woodyard, Titans (raised fist)
• Robert Quinn, Rams (raised fist)
• Jeremy Lane, Seahawks (stood with his back to the field and flag)
• Chris Long, Eagles (put his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins’s shoulder)
• Derek Carr, Raiders (put his hand on teammate Khalil Mack’s shoulder)
• Justin Britt, Seahawks (put his hand on teammate Michael Bennett’s shoulder)
• DeShone Kizer, Browns (put his hand on teammate’s shoulder)
• Britton Colquitt, Browns (put his hand on teammate’s shoulder)
• Rodney McLeod, Eagles (put his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins’s shoulder)
• Other Browns players, such as Jason McCourty and Shon Coleman, stood near the group of kneeling players on Monday night in an apparent show of support.
• About 30 Browns players stood with their arms linked together before their game against the Buccaneers

It was only a matter of time until the American people got smart and started to see these rich elite spoiled brat players for what they really are. They make more money in one year than most of us will see in an entire lifetime. But instead of rising with beaming pride for the flag that stands for the nation that provides their unmatched wealth just for tossing a ball around, they decide to bow in disrespect because they want to protest a police officer having to kill a drug dealing gang banger who pulled a gun on them.

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