I don’t get to be a fan of sports.
I’m a writer.
I don, as I’ve written about the NFL, not get to make fun of the sport or the league.
But I do get to get a glimpse into how the media industry deals with this kind of controversy, and how it makes decisions about which sports to cover and what to do about it.
The league has been in a state of flux lately, as the president of the National Football League and the commissioner of the NFL Players Association have had to deal with various controversies.
The issue of race relations has been an increasingly divisive topic in the NFL as the league has faced backlash from fans, players and the president.
The president has taken to Twitter to call out the league’s players, and some players have been calling out the president for being insensitive to race.
The NFL has faced numerous controversies this year, including several high-profile protests in support of Black Lives Matter and a number of controversies surrounding the anthem protests.
This past weekend, the commissioner announced that the league was going to institute a rule change that would make it illegal for players to kneel during the national anthem.
The rule change has been controversial.
A number of teams have already taken a knee during the anthem, while others have declined to do so altogether.
While some have called for players’ heads to be shaved during the season, many are concerned about the impact that would have on the NFL’s brand and the league and the players association.
But some players and fans also say the rule change is necessary, because the league is currently facing a significant amount of criticism over how it handles racial injustice.
It is important to note that, while the players have not formally announced the rule, the league says the rule will go into effect in March.
The NBA, on the other hand, is still facing criticism for its handling of race and its relationship to police.
Last week, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver told the New York Times that the NBA would be making changes to the way it deals with racism.
“The league has a history of addressing race issues and issues in our society and that’s something we’re working on,” Silver said.
“We’re working very hard to do that.
And we’re also going to do it in a way that is respectful and not divisive and doesn’t create this perception of the league as being divided on race issues.”
Silver has faced criticism for not addressing the issue of racial inequality in the NBA, and he said during the campaign that he would make a speech about the issue.
The commissioner has also faced criticism after the league allowed players to take a knee for the anthem.
While players were not allowed to take part in the anthem in the past, the NBA announced in March that it would allow players to do the act during the regular season.
The decision prompted widespread criticism.
Players who had kneeled were quickly removed from the floor, and other teams decided to follow suit.
The New York Giants and New York Jets are among the teams that have been criticized for not standing during the song.
“While we understand the desire of our players to express themselves in a peaceful manner, it is important for us to recognize that many of our fans are also passionate about the anthem,” NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart told Fox News.
“Our players have expressed that their decision to kneels is in protest of the treatment of African Americans in the United States and around the world.
We support the right of our teams to have a diverse and inclusive fan base.
We will continue to work with them to address any concerns.”
A handful of players have called on the league to ban kneeling, saying that it creates an unhealthy atmosphere in the league that can only hurt the league in the long run.
The players’ association has also weighed in on the issue, calling for players who take a stand during the playing of the national anthems to be disciplined.
“Players should not kneel in the national aria for fear of negative backlash or being suspended from the league,” the players’ union said in a statement.
“It is unacceptable that many in our communities feel that the anthem is a form of protest and that players should be afraid of the consequences.”