Tag: New York Jets

Christopher Johnson

Jets CEO Promises Not to Punish Anthem Protesters

New York Jets CEO and Co-owner Christoper Johnson, vows to pay the fines of any Jets player who chooses to protest the national anthem, despite the league’s new rule requiring players to stand.

Kaep Kneel

Jets Matt Forte on NFL Player Activism: ‘There Is A Time And Place’

Thanks to the First Amendment, outspoken free agent NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick is able to “speak freely.”
However, when you are an employee of a company, perhaps you need to take a measured approach to your activism, so you don’t turn off millions of customers, and in this case ticket buyers and TV viewers.

Burgess-Owens

Exclusive—NFL Great Burgess Owens: The Left Destroyed Strong Black Communities

A member of the 1980-1981 Oakland Raiders Super Bowl winning team told Breitbart News at the Conservative Political Action Conference that it is time for African-Americans to reclaim their traditional conservatism. “Today’s generation has been trained to think differently from my generation. We would stand for the flag in a heartbeat—because we realized the opportunities we had,” said Burgess Owens on Thursday.

Ryan Fitzpatrick

Ryan Fitzpatrick Prefers Retirement to Current NY Jets Offer

Hours before the 2016 NFL draft began, ESPN’s NFL insider Adam Schefter reported that Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick “has told people he would ‘rather not play football’ than play for the Jets at their contract offer.”