Houston Texans owner Bob McNair has been adamant about his feelings regarding black players. McNair has no problem with black players on his team, but they shouldn’t be protesting the unarmed killings of black men, women and children during work hours. Oh, and if those players choose to have a voice, well, McNair…
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The National Football League’s annual trade carousel has officially reached top speed, and with it, the owners and general managers of America’s most watched sporting league are quietly instituting a new directive to its black players:
Jay-Z is currently on his 4:44 Tour, but that didn’t stop him from speaking out about Houston Texans owner Bob McNair’s recent comments that compared NFL players to prisoners with regards to the taking-a-knee protests.
Well, that escalated quickly. When multiple outlets reported that Houston Texans owner Bob McNair said, “We can’t have the inmates running the prison” in a closed-door “special privileged session” after owners met with players to discuss protests during the national anthem, he assumed that a simple apology would…
Houston Texans owner Bob McNair was “apologetic” Friday for comments he made last week referring to NFL players as “inmates” who couldn’t be allowed “to run the prison.” In the wake of his “apology,” players on his team, others around the league and even some NBA players had plenty to say about his comments, as they…
The owner of the Houston Texans, Bob McNair, gave a public apology Friday after referring to NFL players protesting police brutality and racial oppression as “inmates running the prison” during an owners meeting last week.
Don’t let Donald Trump and his satanic administration fool you: There is still kindness and good in this world. Houston Texans rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson donated his first-game paycheck to three cafeteria workers who were affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Deshaun Watson was drafted to the Houston Texans (What? Like a day ago?), and he hasn’t played one game, but he’s already spending that NFL money to take care of his mom.
Sounds like the robbers knew exactly what they were doing.
Colin Kapernick's movement to protest police violence against unarmed men, women and children is spreading. Below is a look at the players who protested Sunday: