NFL Meltdown: Owners Reportedly Want to Take Cowboys from Patriotic Owner Jerry Jones

ROGER GOODELL, LEFT, AND JERRY JONES.

The Arkansas country boy owner of America’s Team has been critical of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, believing Goodell badly mishandled the Colin Kaepernick situation. Jones reportedly wants Goodell out of the Commissioner’s position.

Now, although not likely, it’s Jones who may be kicked out of football.

The more conflict in the NFL, the better the prospects for draining the cultural swamp. Black athletes need to be taught a lesson for their disrespect for the flag and National Anthem.

CBS Sports

The drama surrounding Jerry Jones and Roger Goodell is getting more and more heated by the day, with new reports about Jones’ battle with the contractual situation surrounding the commissioner continuing to simmer. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported on Sunday that owners are starting to turn on the Cowboys owner because of how he’s attempted to wield his power in ownership circles.

And there might even be a “nuclear” option on the table too, as Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reported on Sunday night that some owners have begun digging into the CBA to consider the possibility of making Jones forfeit his ownership of the Cowboys.

To be very clear, this is a seriously long shot and an unlikely outcome. Just like Goodell, Jones has helped his fellow owners make piles and piles of money.

But there is a bylaw the owners could use in this case. According to Florio’s report, “multiple owners have already been discussing the possibility” of using Article VIII in the NFL’s constitution and bylaws.

From Florio:
Specifically, Section 8.13 authorizes the commissioner to determine that an owner “has been or is guilty of conduct detrimental to the welfare of the League or professional football.” If the commissioner believes the available sanction (a $500,000 fine) is “not adequate or sufficient,” the commissioner may refer the issue to the NFL’s Executive Committee, which has the power to compel “[c]ancellation or forfeiture of the franchise in the League of any member club involved or implicated,” with a directive to sell the team.

It’s basically kicking Jones out of the club. But it’s not as simple as telling Jones he has to sell. There would be lawsuits and lawsuits and more lawsuits, with the two sides battling for years (if not decades).

It’s probably not going to happen. But it is reportedly at least is being discussed in ownership circles.

Apparently, the decision by Jones to back Papa John’s owner John Schnatter was “the primary affront” to the other owners — Florio reports there are owners who believe “Jones instigated Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter to disparage the NFL, blaming league leadership for ratings declines and, in turn, a reduction in Papa John’s revenues.”

As Andrew Anglin wryly noted, Papa John’s is the official pizza of the Alt-Right.

THANKS KAEPERNICK FOR STARTING IT ALL.

Kaepernick Attorney Mark Geragos: ‘Within the Next 10 Days, Somebody Will Sign Him’

Get ready for more fun.

If ungrateful, anti-white mulatto Colin Kaepernick suits up and goes on the field in an NFL game, imagine the booing. Imagine the empty seats, the backlash, the falling TV ratings.

Imagine Kaepernick throwing interceptions and getting sacked.

Imagine the screams of racism when the team that hires him later fires him.

Grab the popcorn and enjoy the sh*tshow.

Excerpt from Breitbart

The question of whether Colin Kaepernick would get signed by another NFL team, has been the largest topic of debate among sports fans for almost a year. However, according to Colin Kaepernick’s attorney Mark Geragos, there’s no debate, he’s getting signed in the next ten days.
During an appearance on the Adam Carolla Show, Geragos made the case that the NFL has come to see the error of their ways.

“I think within the next 10 days somebody will sign him,” Geragos said. “I think somebody’s gonna sign him. I think the NFL has to come to their senses, and realize every day that goes by just proves the collusion case even more.”

Kaepernick’s unemployment actually doesn’t, make the case that the NFL has colluded against him. While one could certainly make a compelling case that Kaepernick should have a job in the league, one could also easily make the case that he shouldn’t. Simply by citing the fact that Kaepernick lost his starting job to one of the most notorious busts in recent draft memory, after two years of regressions in his play. Then, upon leading his team to the whopping total on one victory after reclaiming his job, he walked away from a $14 million deal.

Oh, and he’s an absolute pariah surrounded by awful people, with a girlfriend who will tweet racist meme’s of you if she doesn’t like you. Sound appealing?

That all having been said, I agree with Geragos, Kaepernick will likely get signed soon. The NFL has capitulated to the Kaepernick protest clones so completely, that all that remains for them is the final coup de grace, that of forcing a billionaire to actually surrender and sign the “precious.”

NFL football would be dead in my eyes without Kaepernick and his fellow travelers and their protests. The sport has become too Negrofied, filled with grossly overpaid black showoffs who prance and preen after every play. Touchdown celebrations are like African voodoo rituals. The white players have adopted African ways too.

Find a good hobby and spend your time doing something else beside worshiping the black gods in black-run America.

Vet Turned Referee Walked Out After Athlete Kneels, is Suspended for 18 Months

JIM SADDLER. OUT OF A JOB FOR NEXT 18 MONTHS

His anger has gotten Jim Saddler in trouble. As the Kennedy family allegedly used to say: Don’t get mad, get even.

Indy Star

INDIANAPOLIS – Jim Saddler is sorry. That’s the first thing he wants you to know. Not sorry for being angry — he’s still pretty angry — but for the way he handled his anger when he saw a volleyball player kneeling during the national anthem. As an Indiana High School Athletic Association licensed official for more than two decades, he knows he has an obligation to honor his commitments.

It’s just like being in the military, the Air Force veteran said.

“In the Air Force, you have a duty, and you do it,” Saddler, a retired Presidential Flight Attendant on Air Force One, told IndyStar on Thursday. “The same with sporting events. I guess I went AWOL. I feel bad about it.”

But in the heat of the moment, the 67-year-old Carmel resident and Indiana Pacers usher couldn’t help himself. As a veteran and someone with many friends who lost their lives defending this country, he has little tolerance for people he thinks are disrespecting them or what they died for.

That’s why when he saw a North Central girls varsity volleyball player kneeling before an Oct. 9 match he was supposed to line judge, he couldn’t stay and do his duty.

He was barely able to contain his anger when he saw fans “sitting on their butts” during the national anthem, but once he saw the player on a knee, he had to leave.

Saddler calmly walked to the scorer’s bench, turned in his flag, then approached the North Central coach to inform him why he couldn’t stay.

As he was walking out, Saddler said, North Central assistant athletic director Andy Elkins shouted to him.

“You have a contract!” Saddler said Elkins hollered. Elkins then reminded Saddler that he was walking out on high school kids and that he had been paid $20 to line judge the game.

Saddler walked over to Elkins, handed him $20 and left.

He’s regretted it ever since.

“What they did just upset me so badly that I just could not stay there,” Saddler said.” (But) I know it’s her constitutional right to do what she wants to do. And it wasn’t fair to the other girls who were standing and respecting the flag. After I thought about it, you know, sometimes it takes you a little time to sit down and think about stuff and what you did. And after I thought about it, I would never ever do that again. I would never break a contract.”

Elkins could not be reached for comment, but North Central athletic director Paul Loggan, who has spoken with Elkins since the incident, confirmed Saddler’s story except for saying he did not know whether Elkins had raised his voice.

Loggan said Elkins told him that Saddler was “very professional” and that he did not lose his temper with any players, coaches or fans.

A few days later, Saddler received a letter from IHSAA Commissioner Bobby Cox informing him that his license had been revoked for the rest of this school year and until winter sports begin next year.

Cox confirmed the suspension with IndyStar but declined to comment further for this story.

Saddler, who also officiates softball and basketball, said the letter shocked him. He had expected to be reprimanded, maybe even suspended for a few games or until the end of year, but a year-and-a-half? That seemed excessive to him.

Saddler said that he’s never been in trouble with the IHSAA before and that as far as he knows, he’s a well-respected, well-liked official in Indiana.

Loggan confirmed as much.

“He’s a very well-respected official and man,” the North Central AD said. “He’s been a volleyball official here and a softball official here, and we’ve never had any issues with him.”

Jim confused sports fans with patriots. They’re not. They’re Negro worshipers. Jim offended the Negro gods and they have spoken.

He should walk away from sports and join a Neo-Nazi skinhead group instead. Any group listed by the SPLC as a hate group will do.

Foolish Brainwashed Negro Male FIRED for Sitting During National Anthem

TYLER CHANCELLOR. UNEMPLOYED NOW.

Many blacks follow the old saying, “Monkey see, monkey do.”

They follow the herd.

Thank you Diamond and Silk and all other blacks who are awake enough to not be pushed into misbehaving by the (((powers that be))) and their media propaganda.

The gentleman of color in this story, Tyler Chancellor, foolishly followed the example of the great apes who play for the NFL.

Did Tyler forget that Colin Kaepernick is unemployed this year?

Well, so is Tyler.

news32lv

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WTVC) – A man says he lost his job because of the stance he took at an event that NewsChannel 9 sponsors.

The termination comes during a national conversation about respect for the American flag.

The man who was let go was with 9Round, a kickboxing gym in Chattanooga.

The company says the man was in training to become a coach at its gym. He says he’d only been on the payroll for a little more than a week before the owner told him not to come back.

Tyler Chancellor says he was invited to sit with his coworkers in the VIP section of the Camp Jordan arena Saturday.

Monday, he says his employer fired him because he sat during the national anthem.

“Me being a minority in this society, I chose to stand up for what I believe in — well, not actually stand up, but sit down for what I believe in,” Chancellor said.

Chancellor says Saturday was the first time he’d been present for the playing of the national anthem since the controversy between the NFL and President Donald Trump began.

“I wasn’t the only one sitting down,” he said. “There were other minorities in the stands sitting down.”

He says no one said anything to him that night and he didn’t know anything was wrong until he met with his boss Monday morning.

“She said, ‘Because you sat down, you were a part of a 9Round event, and you sat during the national anthem. We no longer want to continue business with you.’ There was no sugar coating,” he said.

The owner of the facility in East Brainerd told NewsChannel 9 the company backs military and first responders. He considered Chancellor’s actions disrespectful.

A Harvard Law School professor we talked to says the law in Tennessee is written so that employers like 9Round can run their businesses however they want.

“Employers are entitled to fire people, what’s known as ‘at will.’ That is for any reason they have, or for no reason at all,” Mark Tushnet said.

According to the professor, Tennessee isn’t necessarily unique. About half of the country’s states do not ban an employer from terminating someone because of political beliefs.

Chancellor says he found that out after looking into taking legal action. Even though there’s not much he can do, he doesn’t regret his decision to sit.

Shock poll: NFL now least liked sport, core fans down 31%

The Negro Felons League is paying a price for its anti-white racism, but the price isn’t high enough.

Hopefully, the dumb apes who started the campaign to kill the goose that laid golden eggs for them will keep taking the knee to disrespect the flag and the National Anthem.

Ideally, the NFL, the player’s union, and the TV networks will be driven into bankruptcy by the actions of the ungrateful black millionaires.

Washington Examiner

Over just one month of player, coach, and owner protests of the flag and National Anthem, the National Football League has gone from America’s sport to the least liked of top professional and college sports, according to a new poll.

From the end of August to the end of September, the favorable ratings for the NFL have dropped from 57 percent to 44 percent, and it has the highest unfavorable rating – 40 percent – of any big sport, according to the Winston Group survey provided exclusively to Secrets.

Worse for football, which was already seeing lower TV ratings and empty stadium seats, the month of protests and complaints about them from President Trump drove core fans, men 34-54, away, the most significant indicator that NFL brass aren’t in touch with their base.

The Winston Poll from the Washington-based Winston Group found that the attitude of those fans went from an August rating of 73 percent favorable and 19 percent unfavorable to 42 percent favorable and 47 percent unfavorable, a remarkable turn against the sport.

According to the poll analysis, “more critically for the NFL, the fall off in favorables occurred among important audiences. Among males, NFL favorables fell 23 percent, going from 68 percent to 45 percent. In looking at a more specific audience, males 34-54, NFL favorables fell 31 percent, going from 73 percent to 42 percent. Among this group the NFL has a surprising negative image, as it went from +54 percent in August to -5 percent in September.”

The Winston Poll was of brand images for the NFL, Major League Baseball, the National Basketball Association, and college football and basketball. It was of 1,000 registered voters and taken August 29-30 and then again September 28-29.

In August, baseball had the highest favorables, just a few points above the NFL.

Fans disgusted by football shouldn’t forget the sponsors too. Advertisers should also have to pay a price.

Negro Feetsball Player Displays Rump to Insult Trump

EVERYBODY VS. TRUMP.

AND HERE’S THE RUMP.

Disgusting! It’s unbelievable to think that there are white people who wear the jerseys of their team with the names of players like this on on the back. Just incredible!

The Gateway Pundit

Marshawn Lynch plays running back for the Oakland Raiders.

Today Marshawn wore an “Everybody versus Trump” T-shirt into the locker room before the game.

Such a bold statement.

Trump blasted as ‘Bum-in-Chief,’ ‘racist’ and ‘Neanderthal,’ and more by media

Nappy-headed Whoopi Goldberg is just one of many celebrities who’ve taken the low road by calling Donald Trump an assortment of names because he had the unmitigated gall to call out the NFL as unAmerican for disrespecting the flag and National Anthem.

Excerpt from Fox News

The 2017 Super Bowl Part II pits President Trump against the sports elite and most of the media. It might be a fair fight if Trump didn’t have the majority of football fans on his side.

Trump threw the bomb early. He scored on an unprepared defense with harsh comments about NFL protesters, calling them SOBs. Only he didn’t abbreviate. The sports world quickly rallied with enough op-eds, TV hot takes and tweets to defeat mere mortals.

Trump is no mere mortal.

The media tried to blitz him. NBC political analyst Anand Giridharadas told the Trump-hating “Morning Joe” team that the president, “is activating racist sentiments and a kind of chauvinism, cultural chauvinism.” The racism tag is a common left-wing offensive strategy and they used it heavily.

CNN’s anti-Trump cheerleader Brian Stelter worked to rally his team. “There is an unmistakable racial element to this story,” he lamented during his oddly named “Reliable Sources” program.

Stelter then resorted to a classic journalism trick play, posing questions as a way of making a bogus allegation. “If he’s not racist, why do so many Americans believe that he is? And how is that going to affect the rest of his presidency?”

Sportscaster Bryant Gumbel kept to the same playbook. He ended his monthly HBO program “REAL Sports” with several cheap hits.

Gumbel harshly criticized the “current occupant of the White House.” “That occupant’s weekend series of racist, churlish, and childish comments drew a variety of stunning rebukes and actions, which suggests that jocks may finally be realizing that apathy won’t cut it anymore,” he argued.

BRYANT GUMBEL. BLACK TALKING FOOTBALL, PREFERS WHITE IN BED.

Essentially, Gumbel is telling athletes to go left or go home. The left’s plays were well-scripted and repeated again and again.

The rest of the media piled on like a fight for a loose ball. MSNBC’s “Deadline: White House” phony conservative host Nicolle Wallace, D-$$, delivered another classic dirty play, using the ‘someone says,” attack. “Someone said that was Neanderthal,” Wallace claimed of Trump.

“The View” host Whoopi Goldberg tried to score some easy points, calling the president a “bum-in-chief” and falsely claiming his comments violated the players’ rights. (Hint: The same constitutional amendment that protects player speech protects the president. But player action at work is up to their employers.)

Leave it to one of the left’s star sports players, Bob Costas of NBC Sports, who attacked both the president and his team. “You’re not going to find many voices of support outside his base, his extreme base, for these remarks,” he predicted.

Costas was incredibly wrong, in the outlandish way that teams totally underestimate their opponents, typical for media types in regards to Trump and for the Baltimore Ravens playing Jacksonville. A Remington Research Group survey found that nearly two-thirds of fans want players to stand for the national anthem – 64 percent for it and only 24 percent opposed.

Had those numbers been reversed, they’d been burned into TV screens across the nation.

2. There Was a Ton More Stupid Protest Commentary: The media didn’t spend all their time playing offense. They also resorted to celebrating the protesters and ignoring the fans. “NFL Today” host James Brown went on “CBS This Morning” to do PR for unemployed QB Colin Kaepernick, calling him a “bridge builder.”

Kaepernick is beloved by the far-left sports media for being the most woke athlete. They kept his story alive even when the QB’s career was not. ESPN, especially, spent an epic amount of on-air and website time urging or demanding teams sign their favorite football non-star.

Brown, who goes by J.B. in the sports world, was no different, bringing up Kaepernick’s community work as a defensive move. “I have to give him credit for, even though I might choose a different course of action myself, the fact of the matter is he’s committed,” Brown said. “He’s put his money where his mouth is. Nearly a million through community efforts to be a bridge builder.”

JB.

What J.B. left out was Kaepernick’s other efforts – wearing socks depicting police as pigs, wearing a shirt of the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro (which is why Jay Cutler is now Miami’s QB, not Kaepernick.)

That was hardly the only pro-protester bit. Every media outlet was overflowing with them, like stadium toilets on Super Bowl Sunday.

ABC’s “Nightline” actually depicted Kaepernick as a modern day Jackie Robinson. Reporter Chris Connelly sounded more like Billy Joel, saying Kaepernick, “did not start the fire.” “Seventy years ago, this was the face of change and of social activism in sports when Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s color line in 1947 with the Brooklyn Dodgers.”

KAEPERNICK’S PIG COPS SOCKS.

The more the privileged media tears into Trump the more set in concrete the support for him from his base. Celebretards are the least qualified Americans to be using their soapboxes to make political proclamations or to be insul