NFL teams, coaches fined over a MILLION dollars for not wearing masks
NFL teams including the Seattle Seahawks, the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers have been fined for all three of the teams’ coaches not wearing masks during games.
Alejandro Villanueva, a lineman for the Pittsburgh Steelers, broke with a team decision to wear Antwon Rose Jr.’s name on their helmets this season, instead opting to put the name of Alwyn Cashe, a US Army hero.
“A lot of players on this team are really passionate about the community, about our backgrounds and where we come from,” Ravens player Calais Campbell said.
Prior to the start of the official 2020 season of the NFL, the Green Bay Packers announced their plan to stay in the locker room for both the National Anthem and the so-called "black" national anthem forwarded by Black Lives Matter activists as a "decolonized" substitute so as to not offend anyone.
The NFL will drop on-field live performances of the national anthem before kickoff this season to curb COVID-19 transmission.
Change has now come to the Washington Redskins. It has been announced that the Redskins are changing their name. Even though they're not sure to what.