Adam Silver Says NBA and NFL’s National Anthem Situation Is ‘Far Different’

Adam Silver Says NBA and NFL’s National Anthem Situation Is ‘Far Different’ More While the NBA requires players to stand for the national anthem in its official rules, commissioner Adam Silver believes the situation is far different from that of the NFL, per Tim Bontemps of the Washington Post.
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Silver also noted there are no plans to change the current policy, per Bontemps. As he explained, the rule on the books predates both himself and David Stern as commissioners: Womens Shilique Calhoun Jersey It’s been a different dialogue in the NBA than it’s been in the NFL,he added. Our emphasis, at least, has been on constructive activities in our communities.Silver also noted only about three-quarters of the league is comprised of Americans.

Not that Davis has had any confusion about that since his draft night.
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These guys, J-Rob, he believed in me,Davis said of Robinson. He picked me at 5 and I’ve just got to prove to myself that I’m definitely worth that pick. And I will.

Tre’Davious White Womens Jersey Though no one in the organization will say it publicly, the expectation is that Allen will be the Bills’ starting quarterback sooner rather than later. The team would love for that to happen in time for opening day in Baltimore, because that would mean that Allen has made remarkable strides and is ready to shoulder the burden that comes with being the highest-drafted quarterback in the 59-year history of the franchise.

If it doesn’t happen that quickly, it’s probably OK, but the Bills aren’t going to want to wait too long for him to bypass McCarron, which is why these early-season sessions are so vital for Allen.聽

Everybody’s going through the same thing right now,Allen said. All (of the) quarterbacks are still trying to figure out entirely what’s going on with everybody. That’s the tough part of being quarterback 鈥?you’re supposed to know what everybody’s doing on the field. I’m going out there and I’m trying to do everything right. I’m not trying to do too much. Whatever coach Daboll and (quarterbacks coach David Culley) are preaching to me is what I’m going to go out there and I’m going to do.

The interception Thursday was bad, the touchdown was good, but most important, it was another day of learning, and that’s all Daboll is seeking.

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