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    Deep Tiwari

    Dear Madam,
    i want to draw your attention to the fact that i was submit the tender of transportation and rake handling for datia. we have submitted all the documents related this tender form. on 28.02.17 you ask me experience certificate of any company and department and i submit the same as you say.
    then again you ask me another experience certificate which show that you have govt. transporter and i submit the same again as you say. we submit experience certificate for transportation of goods for mp marketing federation and also rake handling experience certificate from datia railway station.
    after all these circumstances you have not open my financial bid after 6 months of tender. which is totally illegal. there are fare rule of all the govt. and non govt. tender to open financial bid within 90 days or before. your tender committee fail to open tender within this period.
    so we ensure that something went wrong in this tender process. some NFL employee wants to support old transporters. 6 months long tender process is giving us reason of this.
    please send me information and status of this tenderer in 24 hours. otherwise we have to go honorable high court for justice.


    with regards

    Unaw road datia mp

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      Players showing us all disrespect. They should follow work rules like we all do. TV off for football until league enforces their rules and country is respected. President Trump’s is right!

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      Joe W.

      I am not a “fan” of either the Titans or the Pats. None the less, while watching the first half of this game & other playoff games over the last few years, the officiating has gotten so one sided, in favor of the higher seeded team or the team that is a viewing favorite, that it is getting hard to watch it with any credibility. Soon it will be no more than bad acting, much like WWE wrestling is.

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    Rick Scharf

    After watching so many players take a knee I am done as a fan. I was hoping it was done and over last year. Players should show more respect for the fans who ultimately pay their salaries. Count me out your all fired !
    I am not buying anything related to the NFL.

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    Michael Danforth

    Roger Goodell has got to go! I support the President because he is right. Get control over your over paid and spoiled employees. No more NFL games for me until this gets fixed by Roger!

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      Brenda Middlebrook

      And there you have it….with the bending of the knee with one Islamic Muslim you have Islamic Cleansing taking place….the removal of another great heritage from our history……so Why is the NFL members participating in the “Islamic Cleansing ” and overthrowing of our country…….People People People……..what do you think the removal of the statues in our country signifies? What do you think the discussion of the removal of the Texas Alamo means? This is what happens when your country is being overthrown by world Globalists: Obama, Hillary Clinton and George Soros and they are communists with the intent of destroying your heritages and your sovereign rights. So again NFL why are you participating in “Islamic Cleansing ” and overthrowing of our Nation? Obama met with BLM who wanted the statues removed….Colin is Muslim. Obama is communist raised by Communist grandparents. Obama goes to see the “Pergamon Temple Altar” in Germany constantly. Revelation of the Holy Bible calls this the “Seat of Satan’ or ”Throne of Satan” because of the idol worship done there. George Soros is an atheist Billionaire with one goal of destroying America. He supports Obama and Hillary. Obama built the Pergamon Temple Altar likeness behind him at the 2008 Democratic Convention. Wake up people. They are communists intent on destroying our nation. So Again I ask the NFL, “Why are helping the enemy to perform “Islamic Cleansing: of our nation? Do you understand why when nations are overthrown they tear down the statues and the destroy their heritages?

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      John Gable

      Absolutely right! Those overpaid spoiled brats should do their knee bending at home when the say their evening prayers to thank God that they live in the greatest country on earth where men have died to protect their liberties and where they are paid huge salaries to just play a game. I’m done with the NFL until Goodell and the owners strap on a pair and benches/fires/or ejects any of those babies who disrespects our flag and national anthem. Tell the TV networks to show the playing of the anthem so we can know which ones don’t respect this country that gives them everything.

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    After watching the total disrespect for our country,the military and first responder’s I cant watch or support this sport. In the past, I was always excited when football started, now I don’t care. The players are a bunch of spoiled millionaires. #DonewiththeNFL

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    We need start a nation wide boycott of football. This taking knee this is just stupid.

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    DF bedore

    I can’t understand why you continue to support your players taking a knee during our national anthem. There are other times and places for their protests. Thanks to the USA they make a fortune playing a game. Do you know how many good men and women die,loose arms and legs, are blinded and much more to defend our flag. You should all be ashamed of yourselves !!!!
    This a slap in the face to all who are injured or lost their lives defending this country, both men and women, black and white. NFL is no longer part of our family.

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    Bennnett Bourassa

    It’s time for Roger Goodell to go…….replace him and his unpatriotic comments….YOU WILL LOSE!!

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    kirk becker

    I am done with the NFL..I have had enough. Neither me or my family will give another dollar to support the NFL or your sponsors. I am very very saddened by the blatant disrespect that your players are showing our flag and our country. People do not want politics in sports, it was one of the few places that you could go to get away from politics and now you have allowed your players to politicize it. Sad. I love the 1st amendment and stand for it and support it for all of your players, but not when i am tuning into a game to get away from politics. Your players can exercise their 1st amendment rights off the field when it is not in front of a camera with millions watching. Good luck with this, you all have made a decision to support your players who are offending millions of Americans, i suspect it will cost you millions of viewers and dollars.

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    I too am amazed at the total disrespect that the NFL is showing for this country. Where do these players think the freedom they have came from? It did not come from men that were willing to take a knee when called upon to defend our freedom. So I too will use my freedom to turn off the NFL. I boycotted the games last year and will continue to keep off the TV this year. My father paid a dear price in willingly defending this country. Seldom do you get to watch a business like the NFL purposely choose their own demise. This is political correctness at its absolute best.

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    Eric West

    I am done with anything NFL . . . the league’s apparent support of the ‘protests’ is inexcusable . . . I am officially joining forces with the thousands of others who are choosing to boycott anything associated with your organization . . .

    I’d emailed the following to regarding a series of articles they posted relative to Kaepernick. I’ve since shared this on the American Legion website as well . . .
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    In your article concerning Kaepernick, I think you’ve missed the point . . . furthermore, I am not angry . . . nor am I mad . . .

    He has chosen the wrong venue to air his feelings/beliefs . . . he has every right to feel the way he does . . . he has every right to chose to be a ‘champion’ for a cause . . . he does NOT have the right, as a member of the NFL, to kneel/sit/turn his back, or any number of other negative actions during our national anthem in a public arena, or on public tv . . . he may be well intentioned, but his method of delivery is WRONG! . .

    It is an affront to me . . . our government is not perfect, but it is a long ways from being in Russia, Iran, Sudan, Syria, or any other non-democratic country . . . he has benefited greatly from the opportunities afforded . . .

    I’ve chosen to exercise my right to protest his protest . . . I’ve not watched a single NFL game since he began his negative campaign . . . it is my belief that thousands of others have exercised these same rights as well, which hopefully, have contributed to the sagging ratings . . .

    For me, the term which comes the closest to describing him is ingrate . . . he is an ingrate . . .

    I am a 70 year-old Vietnam Vet, who flew helicopters in Vietnam from August 1967 through March 1969 . . . WE (collectively) lost in excess of 58,000 of our best and bravest young men and women, with untold thousands more damaged due to their service to their country (suffering & deaths due to agent orange exposure, dismemberment, wheelchair bound, suffering from PTSD, etc.) . . . we continue to loose thousands more through the conflicts our country has since been engaged in, and similarly, with veterans returning home severely damaged (both physically and mentally) . . .

    For that self-righteous puke to dare to take advantage of the stage upon which he works and protest against our country in such a public manner is disgusting at best . . . misguided . . . self-serving . . . self-centered . . . were he fully committed to his cause(s) he could demonstrate that commitment through other means, such as using his wealth earned in providing funding, and/or as well by working to support his causes . . . our veterans are an excellent example of supporting and giving . . . there is a now-popular phrase used when describing combat Veterans . . . “All gave some, Some gave all” . . . this describes perfectly the difference between them and that misguided self-serving puke . . .

    I’ve never written a comment before, and don’t expect to again . . . this person is such an affront to everything I believe that I had to ‘speak out’ . . .

    I applaud the owners for standing up for what is right . . . I applaud the owners for standing firm in opposition to his damming and damaging displays . . . the NFL owners are now simply exercising their right to hire only those who will support and benefit their team as well as the NFL as a whole . . .

    I’d suggest to Kaepernick that he continue to protest by kneeling in his living room while watching the NFL games on his tv . . . he is getting exactly what he’s earned, and exactly what he deserves . . .

    If you’ve made it this far, thanks for taking the time to read this . .


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    Ricky Mansfield

    As of Saturday 9/23/17 I was a big NFL fan going to 3 to 4 games a yr. and watching Sunday, Monday and Thursday night football all the time. But as of Sunday 9/24/17 this has all stopped today. I agree with the President of the USA it is time The NFL and the players stop disrespecting our Country, flag and most of all the men and women of our armed forces. I have just returned from the beaches of Normandy and the American Cemetery there and walk thru the white crosses there approximately 10,000 Americans from the WWII Normandy Campaign. These men run the 200 yd gauntlets of machine gun fire. So the NFL can play football and make millions. So I’m boycotting the NFL and I hope the rest of the USA will do the same.

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    Kevin Steele

    I just wanted to let you know – your players are free to protest during your games – I think it’s the wrong venue, but you allow it, and it’s your business. I have the right to boycott your business – that’s my right, and I’ll exercise it. America is built on freedoms. I’ll keep my money, and stay free from football.

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    Glenn Blom

    You have UNITED for WHAT !! That you are entitled to show disrespect, dishonor, ignorance, immaturity .You are NOT good examples for our youth . THERE IS NEVER A GOOD REASON TO DISRESPECT OUR GREAT FLAG OR NATIONAL ANTHEM . I REPEAT ! NEVER ! Don,t try and hide in back of the flag you disgraced !!!!!!

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    David Fathman

    After watching so many privileged, overpaid athletes, disrespect our country by kneeing during the national anthem, I am done. Lowering my cable package to eliminate NFL and I will not watch or purchase anything associated with your organization until this behavior is fixed.

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    Glenda Smith

    It is utter shame that you allow players to use the NFL as a platform for whatever the hell they think they need it for. They are turning their backs on our flag. A flag that many people have died for. Men and women of all races. Did anyone think while they are kneeling the message they are sending to these brave men and women who have sacrificed so much for them. I pray that people will wise up and boycott the games. Stop buying merchandise and turn off their TV’s. Your players are acting like a bunch of spoiled brats. Teach your brats to show some respect. EVERYONE has a life and it MATTERS.

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    Glenda Smith

    Now grant it. I do not agree with how Trump has handled this. Quiet frankly, I am worried about this country with his loose tongue. He needs to tame his tongue and show better restraint. He is after all the leader of this great country.

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    The NFL is heading down hill fast!!! The outright disrespect is over the top!!! guess I’ll become a NASCAR fan!!

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    Douglas Dolfinger

    I feel that the NFL should make a rule about the players on all 32 teams should not have their hair no longer than the back of their helmets; because all someone could reach up and grab an opposing player by the hair. Another rule should be the no player should wear earrings because fans look up to them as men

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    Joe williamson

    I completely agree with President Trumps take on the players not standing for our countries national anthem. I am a huge fan of the NFL but will no longer be watching the games. I turn the channel as soon as the news goes to what is going on. I’d rather watch a commercial ! I am hoping people will show their support by not to going to the games and not buying all the very expensive NFL gear.
    Joe Williamson Sr.

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    NFL is that for Not For Long? I say take away IRS deductions for tickets and skyboxes.

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    Ken Brammer

    I am done with the NFL as a longtime fan. I watch the games to see football and be entertained not to see a political statement. I respect anyones right to protest but the players can voice their opinions outside the stadium. Disrespecting the national anthem is no way to protest. At the beginning of each game they just as well put the American flag on the field take a knee and burn it.

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    I just deployed a couple of days and I will be gone for a year from the US. I was so excited to be able to watch some football yesterday and the first thing I see are players kneeling during the national anthem. It hurt to see that because while we are thousand of miles away from our loved ones that’s the appreciation we get. It is your right and that’s the beauty of what the flag represents; freedom. But please, for a couple of minutes just show some respect and be thankful for the FREEDOM you are honored to have. It only takes a couple of minutes to stand up show your appreciation for the one’s who died fighting and are still dying to defend that exact freedom. I am not sorry to say that I will no longer purchase any of your merchandise even though I love my cowboys and we have considered to stop showing the games during deployment because some of our people may not may it back alive so we do not want them to think that their sacrifice is for nothing.

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    Lee Seaman

    I am disgusted by the disrespect shown by the league and its players toward the nation and the national anthem. I will no longer watch games or go to them until the league fixes the problem.

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    Bill G.

    Dear NFL, I will no longer support you in any given way. I went to two to three games a year for the Houston Texans and can no longer support a company who allows its employees to be as self absorbed as your over priced players. May you loose all your advertisement and please go away. I will find something much better to do than watch another minute of a game who disrespects our nation and our military.

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    I am done watching the NFL it’s a complete disgrace u allow these players to kneel etc.I watch football for football not politics !

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    Leonard McLaughlin

    Honor our anthem and our flag! I am so angry and disgusted with the sitting and kneeling players I saw Sunday! What a disgrace! Fix this or you will have a huge backlash from fans like me! It is not okay to insult our flag and anthem, for any reason!

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    John John mccallister

    Im a veteran i fought for our country in desert that men and women can enjoy doese NFL players wont stand for the national day the draft will come out will the sports leauge go and fight for our country.i know this no veterans organization will be watching football this year.and the advertisers should pull the a country lets stick together.

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    John Mathews

    Thank God we have a president that doesn’t back down I’m behind Donald Trump all the way they have a right to do what they have right to do and he does also so we’ll see who wins

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    David Suich

    I no longer am a fan of the NFL, I refuse to watch a game and hope millions of former fans will do the same. My country and the flag is certainly more important than a game.

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    Paul Christel

    To whom it may concern, if I want to watch politics I turn on a politics show. Now If I turn on the NFL I get politics. So I won’t watch the NFL. I’ll watch college football for now. Big money athletes playing for big money owners in tax payer supported venues…..I call that a priveledge. The athletes treat it with contempt. So be it. They’ve made their choice. The owners and league make theirs and I make mine. Never again will I buy a ticket or accept a free one. Nor will I watch a game on Tv. Good ridence.

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    KJH USMC (Ret)

    NFL support to players kneeling during our national anthem is a disgrace. This activity has ensured that I will not watch or support the NFL & associated advertising affiliates.

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    I have been a lifelong fan of the nfl . I can not tolerate this behavior any longer, for myself and many friends sunday is a day to get away from everything negative in the world and lose yourself in a game that i used to love. This is just total disrespect and i believe not the correct platform for political beliefs. THIS IS A GAME…. I will also be sending all my jerseys, hats and everything team related to the team facility. I will not be watching another nfl game. This is an utter disgrace to this country and everyone who wears a uniform. GROW UP!!!!!

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    Want to express my utter discussed of the NFL taking the position they have in supporting the boycott by the players of not standing or attending the playing of our national anthem. I have been an NFL fan for over 35 years, have attended 6 Super Bowl’s and purchased fan paraphernalia, for family members all these years. I am done supporting or watching any of the NFL games. The lack of patriotism and respect for this country by the NFL and its players is inexcusable; no employees of the NFL should ever be allowed to engage in politics on company time. I have also read through your list of sponsors and with the products I have been purchasing will make a change to a competitive product.

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    Dennis Poskon

    I watch the NFL for football, not political agendas and minority rights. Very disappointed in the actions of players that disrespect those like my father for sacrificing his World War II participation and wounds for the freedom we all have in this country.

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    Jay Land

    I am no longer watching NFL games or buying anything NFL related. Also, I am familiar with the NFL sponsors and will not be purchasing their products. I routinely watched several games each week during last season. I have watched one quarter of one game this season. I don’t see myself watching any games this season. I too, am over the “protesting”. I am turned “off” by NFL football. I agree with the President; quit being disrespectful to the country and flag.
    World Series…here I come…

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    Wes Wski

    I am disappointed that football players are protesting during the playing/singing of the National Anthem. I was especially saddened that they chose to stand for God Save the Queen and not for the American Anthem. That the NFL and team owners allowed this to happen is troubling, since you are becoming political it may be time to rethink your anti trust waver. Football has, in my opinion, overtaken baseball as the “American pastime” – I think baseball will rebound nicely as your fans slip away.

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    Jim Richmond

    The NFL has made a huge mistake not fixing this disrespect of our flag and anthem. Fix this or plan on empty stadiums and low viewership on tv….rules of behavior on the field…stop this political crap…

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    LINDA prutzman

    NFL, I own a small bar and look forward to the added income that the NFL ticket gives me, however this is not the case as i lost about 45% of my customers this past Sunday. to say i am disappointed is an understatement. I contacted direc tv to question whether they will be offering some sort of discount to reimburse us for the lack of business and the answer was no. I can assure you i will not buy the NFL ticket next year if this continues. you are the most hypocritical company that i have ever seen. can’t take a knee for God but can push your views on everyone else. Sorry, i had too many family members die for this country to accept the disrespect that is shown to our flag. I understand your right to protest, but other people cannot protest during work hours. Go out to the community and be a role model and do something constructive.

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    Dear, NFL I am only one person, but as they say one bad apple can spoll a bunch. I enjoyed being a fan but this protest issue has got out of hand .iam no longer watching game or buying anything from NFL, also your sponsor’s, no McDonald’s, no Papa John’s, no Gatorade, and more .so this effects more the me or you. In order for me to come back a public apology from all the players and u is in order. Remember u are united NFL witch is fine, but this is the United States of America. Witch is Bigger?

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    Donald Robertson

    my son will soon be joining the armed forces and defending our country. He has always wanted to serve like his father did his grandfather did before him, and his father before him. You guys need to know how badly your have hurt veterans and their families who have given so much. Everyone who supports your protest and continues this shameful act should be embarrassed and need to apologize immediately.

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    Please count me among the many who will no longer support, engage in or purchase anything affiliated with the NFL. I’m out — for good. I will forever continue to express my displeasure to my friends, family and co-workers to encourage them to do the same. If the sole unifying tradition of respecting the flag of the United States is tainted by those who feel it is their right to express their political views through “taking a knee” during our national anthem, then I reserve the right to say to hell with the NFL. If there is any real justice in the world, the NFL will cease to exist In the very near future.

    With loyalties not to the NFL but to this imperfect but great nation,

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    I took the time to write a letter to Roger Goodell and the NFL administration. A complaint letter, nicely worded with any abuse or profanity. I wonder why I can’t find a mailing address for the NFL headquarters? Could it be that they would be getting thousands of complaint letters that they just don’t want to deal with? The NFL is just digging in their heels on the offended public on this kneeling issue.
    I have been a Packer fan since 1967. I did not watch Bears/Packers last night. I won’t watch another game this year out of principle. If the disrespect for our national anthem continues, I won’t watch another NFL game ever.

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    Joe biondo

    Thank god for baseball

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    A. Ward

    I have a well prepared pamphlet entitled “How To Respect and Display OUR FLAG”, but for some reason I am unable to find the correct mailing address for the National Football League who badly needs this information. In case someone else finds it, tell them to knock off the foolishness and honor our nation and all who died for it. Kneeling and not standing with your hand over your heart is gross disrespect.

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    Joe G

    If the players feel that strong about any issue the should use another platform. Go to the side walks and protest. Spend some of their money and use their free time to protest there and not on the field. I want to watch football not politics.

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    Phil Szafranski

    The NFL has lost my support, viewership and my spending desire to spend a single penny on its product. I am actively contacting your sponsors and asking them to pull there advertising. Also asking my representative to pull your public funding from hard working taxpayers.

    Here is the Budweiser Hotline 800.342.5283 will take less than a minute for this automated process.

    This is what happens when you lack values. You have a written policy involving this matter but you have conveniently forgotten how to enforce it.

    Off to contacting your sponsors now!!!!!!!!!

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    Dave Petras

    All my condolences to the families of the Coward of Las Vegas..
    People STOP SUPPORTING those players whom can’t respect the USA.
    Start supporting us who can’t afford the luxury of cable or satellite tv!
    Born a football fan, that can’t watch all the games. The NFL needs to at least put Monday Night Football back on National Television.. Many people and fans are disrespected, unhappy, and upset that they can not watch the real American Game. NFL NEEDS TO PUT MNF BACK ON NATIONAL TELEVISION… ENCOURAGE THE UNFORTUNATE!!

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    Sod off

    Finished with NFL for now, until you require players to respect our country. First time in 15 years I’ve skipped Monday Night Football.

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    Thursday night and I will NOT being watching again. I have not watched a single game this season.

    Make the players, staff and coaches stop this behavior. As long as any player on any team continues this offensive and discussing behavior I will not be watching.

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    Mark J

    It’s enough with the politics; just play football. Stop protesting during the National Anthem. It’s inappropriate. Men and women fought and died to give us the right to protest. That’s not the issue. The thing that you don’t get is that we are sovereign, patriotic, nationalistic country. You are disrespecting every veteran alive or dead. Other countries are looking at us like we are a joke. Find another way to make your statement.

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    It’s time to stop the kneeling by players. If they kneel I don’t watch or buy products from those that advertise. Protest all you want just not during the anthem!

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    jeff Frederick

    I am done with the NFL till this nonsense stops and these spoiled players apologize to the fans and the country.

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    Gary M Allen

    To: Mr. Goodell, All NFL Owners and Players,
    I’ve been a loyal fan for decades, but feel I can no longer support anything to do with the NFL. I cancelled my NFL Sunday ticket and have not watched any Monday or Thursday night games this season.
    Once you get your shit together and start respecting our flag and country’s National Anthem as a whole, I will then decided whether to support your league, but until EVERY player stands, I will not watch. If you ever decide to omit the anthem before the contests then I will never support your organization.

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    As long as disrespect for our Country is acceptable by the NFL organization and the players who choose to do so, I will not watch another game. If they want to leave the NFL and join BLM or any other terrorist organization then get them out of the league. I will not support any sponsor also. I would fine each and every player from here on out and suspend every game that this disrespect is done. The game stands above nothing.

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      Ed Neisner

      JP, fines won’t do it. Want action done? Start taking away DRAFT picks!!! Then ask the coaches if they’re behind their players….

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    Sam Tirey


    You have lost me as a fan. The world we live in now is so political and I am even drawn to it in certain instances and welcome the open and honest debate about any and all topics comfortable and uncomfortable. That being said politics and social issues have no place in our sports arenas in this country. We have enough venues for that outside our ball parks and stadiums to carry on and start those discussions. Last season and even more recently the NFL players and its team organizations have along with sports news outlets have decided that political stances and the like were fair game even in a setting such as our football sanctuaries. I can’t speak for all fans but up until this all began it was a place we could go on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays and escape the political banter and just watch a game of expert strategy by coaches that relied on execution from physically and mentally tough players and be entertained and have a feeling of pride no matter if our team won our lost. Now its just another place for political punditry, protest and statements that have nothing to do with the game at all.
    There are some very high profile players that demand the camera before, during and after the game that are a part of this non-sense going on. I’m sure they would have no problem getting TV time to make their voices heard throughout the week leading up the games and make whatever points they want to about any issues on their mind. Instead they are shown kneeling in silent protest during what should be a time to honor the very reason they have the freedom to play and we have the freedom to watch. Now the NFL I’m hearing has issued a letter to the league saying players will stand and pay their respects which I’m certain will continued to be violated by players in what ever way they can. This in my opinion is too little to late. I have moved on from what the NFL has to offer and I have far greater things to do with my time than to watch the continued disrespect happen within your business. As a free market consumer of your product I can no longer support something that does not Honor our nations Flag and the song that accompanies it and what it represents to all Americans.

    Sam T.
    USMC Veteran
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    Shelley Behrmann

    All I can do is shake my head. Each and everyone one of you miss the point. This is not about the anthem. This is not about the flag. This is not about our veterans. This is not about disrespecting our country. This is a simple act of drawing attention to systemic deterioration of our society. None of you had a problem with it when Kaepernick was the only one who took a knee. But you all have your panties in a bunch because the big ouff in the WH made it a public spectacle of a ongoing serious situation in our society. Do you know that 7th day adventist do not stand for the flag or anthem? Do you know that the Amish do not stand for the flag or anthem? I can go on with other sectors of our society who do not stand for the flag and/or anthem. But the big orange neanderthal made a big stink about it so as an act of standing up to him, everyone is taking the knee without knowing or understanding its significance. Do you realize that Kaepernick started taking the knee as a sign of respect for our vets? Oh, you missed that one didn’t you? It’s not an act of terrorism to stand/sit/kneel for what you believe. In the 60s there were sit ins against the war in Vietnam yet no one said that those who participated were disrespecting the men who lost their lives over there. AND to add insult to injury, when our boys came home they were denied veteran benefits! Come on folks, stop the hypocrisy! You all are crying because you can’t watch your game in peace and I get it. But before you start slinging mud, educate yourselves. Hell, Las Vegas is an act of terrorism but no one has yet to call it what it truly is — 58 people needlessly lost their lives in the hands of a middle class white man. Where is your outrage for that? Lastly, before, you all start attacking me, my race or even my gender, please note that I am bi-racial. My mom is catholic french black engineer and my dad is a white german jew university professor. My DNA represents the world.

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    I for one will not be watching any more NFL football on TV . If those millionaire football players can’t stand up then I for one want be going to another game or watching them play on TV. By for good- gone baby gone. William

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    Mike and Vista Cheesman

    Since you choose not to air the singing of our national anthem. We choose not to watch NFL football. Mike and Vista Cheesman, Preston MD

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    Joanne Coyle

    Since you decided not to air the National Anthem, I have decided to turn off my TV for all commercials during NFL games.

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    Bleed Purple

    Thanks Roger for ending my 30 plus years of enjoying football you are just as disgraceful as those who kneel. You are a joke and should have been gone long ago. So so sad you are flushing the NFL down the toilet and disrespecting our Flag Anthem Country and ALL THOSE WHO SERVED SERVE DIED AND INJURED FOR THIS COUNTRY.

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    Bleed Purple

    One more thing… Thank you Nate Boyer for letting us know who Stands and those who kneel. Thank you also to those who served serve and protect our great USA.

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    John J. Crapanzano

    Not supporting the NFL because to paint all with one brush is not liked or tolerated by anyone. No individual, no religion, no nationality, no profession, no ethnic group likes it but you are allowing your players and management to paint with that one brush. Please look up the statistics to find out how many police officers have been killed or injured because they were responding to calls for help or ambushed. then take a knee and say a prayer for them and their families.

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    Don carter

    I’m 68 years old and have been watching the NFL all my life. But I won’t ever watch another game. The nfl can put the teams, the owners and goodell where the sun never shines. To hell with the nfl. When it comes down to my grandchildren or a bunch of crybaby, illiterate, wife beating America hating bums, guess who wins!,,

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    Rod Dickenson

    I don’t even care about the players sitting anymore after what I heard Roger Goodell wants for a salary and a jet for life. I’m done with football now. I hope he enjoys that jet concussion free.

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      David Dirks

      I agree, Rod. Not only will there never be another NFL game in my house I shall leave any house or establishment where a game is on! I have. I have better things to than support terrorist leaning views! Bye, bye, NFL and all of your advertisers to the extent I am aware of who they are!

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    If Gronkowski appeals his 1 game suspension for an obviously late and dirty hit…he should be suspended for a 2nd game!

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    Ted Smith

    Juju Smith suspension is a joke comparison to Gronks hit and Ionka winning his appeal on the hit on Brown…. Roger Goodell needs to go…

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    Henry Wayne 760-518-7145?

    Commissioner, my friends and I will no longer be watching, participating in fantasy football leagues or purchasing any football memorabilia untill you Roger start respecting our flag! Roger, I say you because you govern this league! With your new contract that is valued at well over 200 million dollars you and you alone are in charge of the players! I have no respect for an institution that does not respect the country or its highest leader! THIS INSTITUTION IS BURNING OUR FLAG WITHOUT FIRE AND YOU ARE GIVING YOUR APPROVAL BY NOT DOING ANYTHING ABOUT IT! IM SURE You’re parents are proud?

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    Vic Williams

    The players are employees. They must be managed. Otherwise you send the wrong message to our youth and to our country. When they all stand I will return – not before.

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    Ed henderson

    Wanted watch Minn and no but turned tv off due to childless antics when Minn scored. I refuse to watch grown me,n act like kids. Have other things to do. These acts discuss me.

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    Jay Fuselier

    I have been a fan of professional football since my childhood, watching it with my dad, I am now 70 yrs old. I watched the 1st Superbowl, go Packers, and have never willingly missed a Superbowl game since until this year! I am so sorry that you guys have so lost control of the players. You guys in positions of control over the players’ actions, on and off the field, should be ashamed of yourselves! You have allowed wife beaters, child molesters, murders and now the treasonous actions of Kapernick’s bent knee Klowns to ruin this fans loyalty.
    College sports are wonderful!

    Jay Fuselier
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