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Titans’ Jurrell Casey Plans to Continue NFL Anthem Protest Despite Fines

Tennessee Titans star Jurrell Casey now says that he’ll continue his protests during the playing of the national anthem this coming season proving that the National Football League was wrong if it thought it had settled the problem of players protesting during the nation’s theme.

AP Steven Senne

Patriots Back in AFC Title Game, Titans Trip Into Offseason

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) — The New England Patriots have handled every bit of adversity that has been thrown at them this season — from a string of injuries to the recent off-field firestorm created by reports of purported discord within the core of the franchise.

AP Ed Zurga

Titans Rally from 21-3 Hole, Beat Chiefs 22-21 in Playoffs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Marcus Mariota led Tennessee to three second-half touchdowns, incredibly throwing one of his TD passes to himself , and the Titans rallied from a 21-3 deficit to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 22-21 on Saturday for their first playoff win in 14 years.

AP Mark Zaleski

Gurley Helps Rams Clinch NFC West in 27-23 Win Over Titans

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Putting the ball in the hands of Todd Gurley is the easiest decision for the Los Angeles Rams. The star running back is doing his best to push himself into consideration for NFL MVP with an amazing season.
Gurley came in leading the NFL with 1

Titans Protest II

Titans DaQuan Jones Worries His National Anthem Protest Will ‘Kaepernick’ His Career

Tennessee Titans defensive lineman DaQuan Jones is contemplating continuing his anti-American protest during the playing of the national anthem this season, but he is worried that fans and critics may attack him like they have former San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick who is currently sidelined and without a team for the 2017 season.

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NFL Players Union Sponsors Players ‘Externing’ On Capitol Hill

Increasingly mixing politics with football, the NFL players union is sponsoring a group of players currently interning for members of congress. The players work as “externs,” or interns sponsored by groups external to the usual congressional intern system, according to the Washington Post.

Cleats Billy Hobbs, True Blue Customs and Restorations

NFL Cracks Down on Player’s 9/11 Tribute Cleats, Police Union Vows to Pay Fine

Even as the NFL turns a blind eye to the lengthening list of players protesting America by refusing to stand for the national anthem, the league has decided to crack down on a player who announced his intention to wear cleats to memorialize the vicious terror attacks on September 11, 2001. Now a police union is vowing to pay the player’s NFL fine if he’ll wear them despite the league’s punishment.