Ezekiel Elliott gets temporary restraining order, likely eligible next two weeks

From suspended to eligible to suspended to eligible again. Ezekiel Elliott’s latest attempt to delay his six-game suspension worked. On Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Paul Crotty granted Elliott’s request for a temporary restraining order, which Elliott’s legal team filed after the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals vacated the preliminary injunction that Elliott was granted before

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Jaguars president apologizes for kneeling during national anthem in London

Before the Ravens-Jaguars game in London on Sept. 24, several members of the Jaguars kneeled during the national anthem and then stood for “God Save the Queen.” The Jaguars‘ demonstration came two days after Donald Trump advocated for teams to fire players who kneel during the anthem. The Jaguars certainly weren’t alone in their response to Trump’s

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Free speech activist: NFL, NFLPA meetings a ‘rejection’ of Trump’s divisiveness

Indications from Tuesday’s meeting between NFL owners, players, executives and NFL Players Association personnel are that all sides identified “common issues” and engaged in “productive” conversation about how to “work together to promote positive social change and address inequality” in the wake of peaceful protests across professional sports. The meeting, which came a day after

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Ben Roethlisberger on hit that injured Aaron Rodgers: ‘I didn’t think it was dirty’

Ben Roethlisberger’s been an NFL quarterback since 2004 and in his career, he’s been sacked 466 times and hit countless other times. So, he’s certainly qualified to talk about the hit that might’ve ended Aaron Rodgers‘ season on Sunday when Vikings linebacker Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr drove the Packers‘ quarterback to the ground. NFL Game

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