And his former employer, the San Francisco 49ers, rather than punishing him for breaking its rules as it would have done if the Trump supporter who works the stadium aisles selling peanuts had worn his “Make America Great Again” hat to work kept giving him and other players the green light to protest, week after week. Players have every right to express their views off the field, but, a Trump voter might ask, why do fans have to accommodate Mr. Kaepernick’s desire to protest the anthem, rather than Mr.
(Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel via AP, Pool)WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) A Wisconsin girl who stabbed a classmate in an attack inspired by the fictional horror character Slender Man was sentenced to 40 years in a mental hospital Thursday.Judge Michael Bohren granted the maximum penalty that prosecutors had sought, and discounted Morgan Geyser’s youth she was just 12 at the time of the attack in 2014.”What we can’t forget is this was an attempted murder,” Bohren said. He said he believed Geyser remained a risk to hurt herself and others, and called it “an issue of community protection.”Geyser, now 15, spoke briefly before she was sentenced.
The Eagles enter Sunday regular season finale against the Dallas Cowboys atop the NFL by limiting opponents to 75.9 rushing yards per game. The Minnesota Vikings are No. 2 with 87.1 rushing yards, and the 169 yards between the two teams makes it unlikely that the Eagles will fall in the rankings.
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Let’s see . The Falcons are more explosive and something like 70 percent of the country wants them to win because they’re new and not controversial, and we don’t know that they’ve ever cheated. Also, their coach doesn’t grunt or growl answers to the media during news conferences.
Believed (Patriots coach) Bill Belichick in his press conference. I did not believe Tom Brady, said Bettis, who is sixth on the NFL career rushing list. You have a situation in your locker room, every player can attest to the equipment manager and what they mean to a team and to a player.