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NFL players protest during anthem, Colin Kaepernick tweets support

NFL players protest during anthem, Colin Kaepernick tweets support
  • NFL players protest during anthem, Colin Kaepernick tweets support FWC: NFL players protest during anthem, Colin Kaepernick tweets support

    Colin Kaepernick tweeted his support and the NFL issued a statement in response to player demonstrations during the national anthem.

  • Tiger moves away from cut line with strong resumption FWC: Tiger moves away from cut line with strong resumption

    An overnight stoppage in his round did not prevent Tiger Woods continuing to make strides at the US PGA Championship.

  • NFL: Steelers followed proper procedure on deflated football FWC: NFL: Steelers followed proper procedure on deflated football

    Deflategate 2.0 appears to be short-lived.Amid reports that the Pittsburgh Steelers used deflated footballs during Thursday’s preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles, NFL spokesperson Michael Signora issued a statement Friday saying one deflated football was quickly removed from play, while the other footballs were found to be in compliance with rules and the team followed all proper protocols. In other…

  • Report: No end in sight to Khalil Mack holdout FWC: Report: No end in sight to Khalil Mack holdout

    There’s no end in sight for Khalil Mack‘s holdout. The defensive end won’t report to camp in advance of the Raiders’ preseason game on Friday night, a source tells Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). By staying away, Mack will be fined $814K, per the terms of the CBA. While fellow elite defender Aaron Donald has been in active negotiations with the…

  • Papers: Arsenal want Dembele on loan FWC: Papers: Arsenal want Dembele on loan

    All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Thursday’s national newspapers…

  • 'Historic' Mekhissi wins fifth Euro gold as world champions shine FWC: ‘Historic’ Mekhissi wins fifth Euro gold as world champions shine

    Reigning world champions Ramil Guliyev and Karsten Warholm had earlier lit up the track to win the 200m and 400m hurdles.

  • Richie Incognito called Vikings coach a liar, then deleted tweet FWC: Richie Incognito called Vikings coach a liar, then deleted tweet

    Following an injury-plagued early part of training camp along the offensive line, rumors persisted that the Minnesota Vikings might be interested in free agent Pro Bowl guard Richie Incognito. In fact, Incognito himself made it clear that was the case.Those rumors were quickly thrown out the window when Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer boisterously told reporters on Tuesday that the…

  • Tiger able to 'grind out' 70 after poor PGA start FWC: Tiger able to ‘grind out’ 70 after poor PGA start

    Tiger Woods started with a bogey and a double bogey on his first two holes before turning things around to “grind out” an even-par 70 at the PGA Championship.

  • Drew Brees: I could play past 45 if I wanted FWC: Drew Brees: I could play past 45 if I wanted

    As Tom Brady continues to defy Father Time at the age of 41, Drew Brees, still certainly one of the league’s best quarterbacks, isn’t too far behind him at the age of 39.So how much longer could Brees play? According to the man himself, who recently spoke with Rebecca Toback of SB Nation, if he wants to he could play…

  • Hardy wins second MMA fight in 17 seconds FWC: Hardy wins second MMA fight in 17 seconds

    Former NFL player Greg Hardy earned his second professional MMA win by knocking out Tebaris Gordon in just 17 seconds at Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series.

  • Nadal recovers to stay on track FWC: Nadal recovers to stay on track

    Top seed Rafa Nadal came from behind to send Marin Cilic packing with a 2-6 6-4 6-4 win in their Rogers Cup quarter-final match.

  • Draymond Green not worried about Lebron James, Lakers FWC: Draymond Green not worried about Lebron James, Lakers

    The Los Angeles Lakers may have LeBron James, but Draymond Green isn’t worried.There’s a very good reason for that, of course. The Golden State Warriors are coming off back-to-back championship seasons. They’ve won three out of the last four titles. Meanwhile, the Lakers weren’t even a playoff team last season. Adding LeBron probably makes them one, but he doesn’t make…