National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday announced a new policy that will fine teams an undetermined amount if players on the field fail to stand during the national anthem played before the start of the game. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
NFL owners unanimously voted to settle the national anthem debate, requiring all players on the field to stand for the national anthem, or remain in the locker room.
The NFL changed its rule book Wednesday to stop players from kneeling during the national anthem. All 32 team owners approved a new rule designed to ban players from sitting or kneeling on the field in protest during the anthem, reports ESPN . However, the league said players could remain in...
The NFL approves a new owner for the Carolina Panthers and passes several rule changes, but the league has yet to agree on what, if anything to do about national anthem protests
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The NFL is exploring options for discouraging player protests during the national anthem, including 15-yard penalties and fining entire teams. It's a bad look as the league grapples with its controversial policies in the public eye.
The NFL owners reached an agreement on a new policy for player behavior during the national anthem. Yahoo Finance’s Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Andy Serwer discuss the debate.
Former Michigan State football player Keith Mumphery sued the school claiming they are keeping him from playing in the NFL after his due process rights were violated during a Title IX sexual assault investigation in 2016.
Team owners are reportedly discussing what to do about players who kneel during the national anthem in the upcoming football season — including imposing a 15-yard penalty on protesters.