“If he doesn’t want to stand up for his players, that’s not really my business,” Chris Long said about Roger Goodell.
by: MICHAEL POWELL — NY Times 6 Jun
The N.F.L. owners actually thought they would get on the president’s good side by changing national anthem protocol.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 5 Jun
Gettleman, who was hired in the offseason to replace Jerry Reese, released a statement on Tuesday that said his prognosis was good.
by: RICHARD GOLDSTEIN — NY Times 5 Jun
His last-minute leaping reception in 1982 propelled the San Francisco 49ers toward the first of four N.F.L. championships they would win in the 1980s.
by: KEN BELSON — NY Times 5 Jun
Despite a warning from one of its owners, the league has let itself be baited by the president.
by: BENJAMIN HOFFMAN — NY Times 5 Jun
The Super Bowl champions were planning on sending a contingent of players, but without full team participation, Mr. Trump has canceled the event.
by: THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — NY Times 2 Jun
The lawsuit was filed against the Houston Texans, who were already being sued by another ex-cheerleader in a case that may become a class action.
by: JULIET MACUR — NY Times 31 May
Noncheering cheerleaders are hired on looks and dressed like cheerleaders, but their primary job is to charm the team’s fans.
by: SALIM VALJI — NY Times 30 May
Guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif has made a request to add “M.D.” to the back of his jersey.
by: MATTHEW FUTTERMAN and VICTOR MATHER — NY Times 24 May
Owners voted to fine teams if their players do not stand during the national anthem, though players will be allowed to stay in the locker room if they choose.
by: KEN BELSON — NY Times 23 May
Commissioner Roger Goodell and the owners say they stand with the players and their values. Then they create new rules about the anthem without them.
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