The NFL and/or the New York Giants aren’t very good at public records requests, it seems. It’s all a pretty embarrassing mess for the league and the Giants, who didn’t seem too interested in finding out everything there was to know about Brown’s case.
When Tony Romo left the Dallas Cowboys’ preseason game with the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday night after sliding awkwardly, getting crunched by Cliff Avril and then grabbing at his back, the team said the veteran quarterback was not allowed to return to the game on the coaches’ decision. Seattle’s Cliff Avril delivered a painful tackle to Dallas’ Tony Romo.
When San Francisco 49ers back-up quarterback Colin Kaepernick chose not to stand for the National Anthem prior to Friday night’s game, he did so knowing it would become a hot button topic. And it did. In less than 24 hours, it’s become National news with everyone who is anyone opting to weigh in. That continued on Saturday night as former New York Giants punter, Steve Weatherford, offered his rather explosive take on the situation. Of the player/ex-player reactions thus far, Weatherford’s certainly seems to be the strongest. And now retired, he doesn’t necessarily have to concern himself with the potential backlash. Ultimately however, Kaepernick was exercising his right as an American when he