Jun 21

Colts claim Zach Pascal off waivers from Tennessee

The Colts claimed receiver Zach Pascal off waivers from Tennessee. They waived receiver Kayaune Ross in a corresponding move.

Pascal spent time on the Titans’ active roster and practice squad as a rookie in 2017 but did not see game action. He participated in Washington’s 2017 offseason program and training camp as an undrafted free agent before being waived during final cuts on September 2.

White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday had a heated exchange with a reporter who flatly told her that NFL players who kneel during the national anthem were not disrespecting the flag — despite President Trump’s insistence that they were.

Is the president aware it’s not about disrespecting the flag? American Urban Radio’s April Ryan asked Sanders, even though she had called on another reporter during a press briefing.

When Sanders tried to shut her off, the room grew unusually tense as Ryan, an African-American, doggedly persisted and other reporters gave her space, declining to interrupt.

Another scheduling conflict will keep the Jets from staging their annual Green and White scrimmage at MetLife Stadium. Instead, the scrimmage will move to Rutgers University.

The limited access comes during a year when many fans will want to see rookie quarterback Sam Darnold. For the most part, they’ll have to wait for the preseason and, if/when he ends up being the starter, the regular season.

You can discipline them, Bowles said. You can suspend them. If a person wants to drink, I’ve realized that in life they’re going to drink. This is not to say anything about Chris, that he’s doing that but you can try to discipline them and you go accordingly. It’s not like all of us sitting in here hasn’t made a mistake in life. I, for one, have. I’m not going to sit here and say I’m without sin.

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins on Tuesday accused the White House of being caught in a lie after its depiction of him and his teammates in Monday’s statement canceling the Super Bowl champs’ visit with President Trump over the continuing national-anthem controversy.

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