Jersey fouls are often done to make statements. These include political leanings. And since we’re entering an election year in the United States we’ll probably see many fouls supporting certain candidates.
It fits with another ‘hopeful thinking’ type foul below.
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It’s about that time for teammates to get sick of hitting each other, and to start punching each other. The Giants had a “massive fight” on Tuesday, via Matt Lombardo of FanSided. According to Lombardo, running back Corey Clement broke free for a big gain. Defensive back Logan Ryan “leveled” tight end Evan Engram after [more]
Panthers head coach Matt Rhule gave a positive update on wide receiver Keith Kirkwood‘s condition after Kirkwood left Tuesday’s practice in an ambulance. Kirkwood got hit in the head while in a defenseless position by safety J.T. Ibe, which led to him being placed on a backboard while practice came to a halt. Rhule said [more]
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Before training camp got started, a schism was emerging among members of the Buffalo Bills over the issue of the COVID vaccine. At one point, receiver Cole Beasley and defensive end Jerry Hughes squared off on social media. Beasley argued against the vaccine, Hughes argued in favor of it. Peter King explained in his Football [more]
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