NFL Won’t Fine Players For Showing Support To Victims Of Paris Attack
I’m shocked. The king of fines in the NFL finally made a great decision today. Even though it seems like Roger Goodell picks and chooses what support is okay and what is not, he gets a thumbs up for today’s announcement!
According to Ian Rapoport, players will not be subjected to fines for uniformed displays of support for the victims in Paris.
.@RapSheet says players will be allowed to pay tribute to Paris victims without being subject to fines for violating NFL's uniform policy.
— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurkeNFL) November 15, 2015
Commissioner Goodell has asked #NFL teams to hold a pre-game moment of silence this weekend for victims & families of Paris terror attacks.
— Greg Aiello (@gregaiello) November 14, 2015