The U.S. Constitution’s right to free speech, as codified in the First Amendment, protects American citizens against governmental limits on expression. It doesn’t affect the ability of private entities to control what employees say or do.
And for me, I feel like this is the time to do that, Jenkins said. And so, that message can’t continue to be ignored. And that’s what I think has been happening up until this point. So we just have to continue to stay on topic and continue to push the issues — and not this narrative of who’s right and who’s wrong, but what are the reasons why players are even so passionate about this.
He’s not backing down [and will] be more aggressive, linebacker Dont’a Hightower told Reiss. You could see it. I think this was probably our best practice we’ve had and we want to continue to build on that.
The defensive apparently will be more aggressive because Flores is aggressive.
Before resigning amid the team’s cheerleading scandal, former Washington executive Dennis Greene had been demoted.
Says Lions special-teams coordinator Joe Marciano of P Sam Martin: He’s hitting five-ohs out the wazoo. (That’s good, right?)
Although she could not name the second source then, Al Jazeera now contends that this second source was the Mannings’ lawyers.
PFT contacted Manning’s long-time agent, Tom Condon, for comment earlier on Friday, but Condon did not respond. A Manning representative has subsequently supplied this statement to The Hollywood Reporter: Al Jazeera’s self-serving claim that Peyton Manning’s attorneys ‘confirmed’ Al Jazeera’s allegations about Peyton Manning is absolutely false. In fact, information was provided to Al Jazeera that confirmed the Al Jazeera allegations about Peyton Manning were unfounded. In addition, the sole source for Al Jazeera’s allegations has publicly recanted them. Moreover, the NFL conducted an extensive investigation of the claims raised in Al Jazeera’s programs and found no evidence to support them. This is a desperate move by Al Jazeera to distract the courts from its own wrongdoing.