If you're interested, check Miura for nearby authorized dealers/fitters, or email [email protected] current All-Pro calls the idea ‘atrocious.’ But one Hall of Famer argues it's dishonorable for today’s players to use the word.
“For someone who uses the n-word," said Carson, “it dishonors Bill Willis, and it dishonors the sacrifices he and others have made for others in the future.
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I say “could be,” because the league could give officiating crews the option of throwing a flag, depending on the circumstances. But understand that the eight-man Competition Committee is not a legislative body. So we won’t know anything about the outcome of the debate till the owners’ meetings in Orlando beginning March 23. ” “It’s a common word in so many players’ everyday lives,” said Tennessee cornerback Jason Mc Courty.
"[Banning the n-word] is an atrocious idea," Richard Sherman said. Why wouldn't all curse words be banned then." Over the weekend, I communicated with three African-American players about it. A third thought it was a good idea but would be hard to police. “Among African-American players and people, it’s used among friends all the time.