A Girl Scouts group were offered $100,000 donation on the proviso that the"gift will not be used to support transgender girls". So they said no & launched a fundraising campaign to try & re-coup the money. They raised $300,000. In your face transphobes https://t.co/hSq5gishVH
It is not the support that is a problem. It's that they can't charge the prices and get the lucrative sponsorship deals that teams in bigger more affluent markets get. The attendance is good considering their record but doesn't produce enough revenue. Real problem...
They are really courageous to go publc with such a personal story as they try to rid their family of Huntington's disease.
At some point, Lamping and Khan have to accept the fact the Jags will be a small market team in the 20s in local revenue for the foreseeablee future even if Lot J development is a success (a big if considering the aversion that people in Jax have about coming downtown) because..
Why? UCF was only school to offer him a scholarship as a QB. Other schools wanted him to be a tight end. Even he has said he's not a natural thrower of the football.
Unless I missed one scrolling down, Campbell at No. 24 is only Jaguar on their list of 101 top players for 2018.
It would also be fitting for him to replace Alex Smith a second time. And Snyder has so turned off the Washington fan base that there is widespread apathy among the fan base. Not like it was in Gibbs era.
If that is true, the lawyer wouldn't be talking about three teams being interested in him.
In 1960, we didn't have the income inequality we have today and we had a thriving middle class when an autoworker could support a family of four and have a cabin in Northern Michigan with his wife being a stay at home mom.
I thought that until his lawyer started talking on CNN about him being signed. Does he know something we don't? Could the settlement pay him more money if he's not signed to give NFL incentive to sign him? Just throwing that out there but the lawyer's comments were puzzling.
Since TC probably has to win this year, maybe he will reconsider. If he doesn't, Khan needs to pick up the phone and ask him to explain why he won't sign him.
Advocating a living wage gets you called a socialist on Fox News.
Back when I was a kid, a minimum-wage job could support a family of three. Today, a full-time minimum-wage job in America won’t keep a mama and a baby out of poverty. Our movement is about making real, fundamental change to fix this.
Exactly. They gave Bortles five years and traded for Kessler and somehow @Kaepernick7 isn't worth a look if they don't get Foles?
The front office needs to win to keep their jobs and the fan base wants to win. The fans who would come if they were winnng would offset any fans who wouldn't come if they signed him. And considering the Jags dysfunction last year, I doubt he would be a distraction.
It is a rather low bar but he's better than any QB currently on Jags roster.
@vitostellino Does Kaepernick deserve a job in the NFL or on the Jags roster? Both answers are yes. But is he a top 20 QB (what I believe it would take a franchise to sign him)? No. I'm on Kaep's side from a personal level, but I get not mortgaging the franchise on a below average starting QB.
Have you noticed the Pats backup is Brian Hoyer? It is the kind of move the Pats would make. After all, they signed Tebow. And @Kaepernick7 is better than the QBs on Jags roster. If they don't get Foles, it makes sense for Jags.
Geragos comment would seem to indicate that @kaepernick did not agree not to pursue an NFL contract in the settlement.
Mak Geragos just said on CNN that he thinks Bob Kraft might sign Colin Kaepernick in the next few weeks. I love it . Try chasing down that story. Has Kraft checked with Belichick or is he looking for more Headlines
The Jaguars had no distraction at QB in 2018. How did that work out?