NFL Network announced Monday morning that Pink will sing the National Anthem at this year's Super Bowl. This will mark the pop star's first time performing at the big game, and of course, everyone already has an opinion on how it will turn out.
Colin Kaepernick has transformed from a football star to a leading activist. His latest conquer is being named GQ's 2017 "Citizen of the Year." After his athletic dreams were cut short due to him kneeling during the national anthem, Colin has since led an active, but silent, protest
Papa John 's, the official pizza company of the NFL, is reportedly upset with the league's ongoing player protests during the national anthem, and have decided to pull many of its NFL television advertising.
According to ESPN's Darren Rovell,
"The NFL has hurt us," Papa John's founder and
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end, Chris Long, has decided to donate his entire 2017 salary to increase educational equality. According to ESPN, Long had already given up his first six game checks to provide two scholarships for students in his hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.
His next 10 game checks
Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster was video taped snorting a "white powder" prior to a team meeting and the team has just released a statement saying, "We were just made aware of the video and will have no comment at this time," according
DirecTV is giving some customers a refund for their NFL Sunday Ticket package due to outrage from the national anthem protests, according to The Wall Street Journal. The report states that customers who paid for NFL Sunday Ticket package can obtain refunds if they simply cite the
On Friday night, President Trump was in Huntsville, Alabama for a campaign rally for Luther Strange, who is in a close runoff election for the GOP nomination for Senate. Well during his speech to the crowd, Trump made some choice words about the NFL when
Facebook has reportedly paid Bleacher Report millions of dollars for a reality show based on Oakland Raiders running back, Marshawn Lynch.
According to Reuters, the show, called "No Script," will start streaming this month and consists of eight episodes, all 10 to 15 minutes in length, featuring the always entertaining
Steve Loomis, Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association president, announced on Saturday that the Cleveland police officers union will not participate in the flag ceremony prior to the Browns' home opener next Sunday. The reason for their decision to turn down the patriotic duty of holding the
At least 75 active and former officers of the New York Police Department held a rally Saturday in support of NFL free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
NYPD cops and Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams supporting @Kaepernick7 ✊🏿 #ImWithKap pic.twitter.com/RIADpe5131
— KnowYourRightsCamp (@yourrightscamp) August 19, 2017
Kaepernick opted out of the final