8 hours ago The NFL has been the subject of a great deal of controversy and controversy over the past few weeks, so it is no surprise that it would be taking a page out of the book of political correctness by issuing a new rule prohibiting the players from expressing their opinions in a public forum.
However, there is a difference between a rule and a mandate, and this is a rule that will actually be enforced.
The NFL will not be enforcing this rule as long as the players are permitted to do so.
As such, this is not a mandate from the league, but rather a directive from the Commissioner of the NFL.
The rule that was originally issued on September 25, 2018, was intended to prevent players from making personal statements about a team or player’s health or safety.
However a few weeks later, the league decided to issue a second rule, which required players to not express opinions about a player’s team.
This is not meant to be a mandate on the players, but a directive to the NFLPA to follow the rules of the game and not to make a spectacle of themselves.
As a result, players will not have to say anything, but will still be limited to expressing their own opinions.
This rule is a step in the right direction for the NFL and the players.
It is important that the players have a voice, but this rule will only serve to protect the integrity of the league and its players, and not the interests of a political agenda.
If the players continue to voice their opinion, the Commissioner will take action.
We will provide more information as it becomes available, but it is important to note that the league is not in a position to force the players to speak their mind.
The Commissioner will issue a written ruling to the players on the issue, but as long they are not permitted to publicly express their views, the NFL will continue to abide by the rule.
This will ensure that the integrity and the safety of the players is preserved.