In October, National Football League commissar Roger Goodell & National Football League owners decided the league wouldn’t penalize players for kneeling.
The Fresh Britain Patriots going to compete versus the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl on Feb. four.
National Football League Vice President of Communications Brian McCarthy said in a statement which formal Super Bowl programs are not a place for political messaging.
“The Super Bowl game programme is designed for fans to commemorate & solemnize the game, players, teams & the Super Bowl.
In some statuses, veterans & service members have been used politically as a reason Nfl players ought stand during the anthem.
National Football League rejects veterans group’s Super Bowl advertisement urging people to stand for the anthem
The National Football League has rejected a Super Bowl ad from American Veterans urging people to stand for the national anthem.
The nation’s largest veterans service Administration had been invited with the NFL to place an ad in the Super Bowl LII programme.
AMVET’s ad involved a 2-word message – “#PleaseStand.”Click here for a toll free membership to Todd’s newsletter: a have to-read for Conservatives!
American Veterans accused the NFL of outright censorship with rejecting the ad.
We respect the rights of those who select to objection, as these rights are precisely what our members have fought – & in many statuses died – for,” Polk wrote.
National Football League rejects Super Bowl LII programme advertisement submitted with veterans group
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The rejected AMVETS Super Bowl LII programme advertisement.
“The Super Bowl game programme is designed for fans to commemorate & solemnize the game, players, teams & the Super Bowl,” Nfl spokesman Brian McCarthy told USA TODAY Sports by email.
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Not Extremely fastMcCarthy said a VFW advertisement for the Super Bowl programme was submitted & later confirmed for a tagline which read: “We Stand for Veterans” by text describing advantages the Administration offers.
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