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The charge? Simms, whom Denver fans say is biased against their team, is irked because his son, Chris, was released by the Broncos in 2010. The Change.org petition has now topped 41,000 signatures. CBS has not commented so far.
Unfortunate, but it said right there on the meeting’s agenda: “Mayor to get egged by disgruntled councilmember.”
The Cardinals are to meet the 49ers on Sunday.
Comedian Megan MacKay made this video last week: and while the title may signal something in poor taste and unfunny, the result is actually the opposite. She’s made one of the most on-target commentaries on Rice, and the phenomenon of domestic abuse, I have seen lately. But you may just enjoy it for the makeup tips.
Technically, however, Castrol is the first sponsor to completely cut him loose. Fun fact: Castrol is a subsidary of BP Oil. How bad does your PR have to be to be shunned by BP?
According to a source in the sporting goods industry, and they would know, the NFL is dialing back the pink this October. And you won’t see any during nationally televised games.
It’s a roundup of all the sponsors that have pulled their money (two) and sent threatening letters to Roger Goodell (many) over the NFL’s various domestic abuse scandals.
Fox News is nothing if not thorough.
Rihanna Lashes Out At CBS For Cutting Her Thursday Night Football Song (UPDATE: CBS Removes Her Permanently)
The network, apparently sensitive to the fact that the singer was herself a victim of domestic violence, wanted to distance itself from controversy. Instead, it created more.