NFL's two-month old genocide policy is awaiting.
Hours after the Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players protesting in the field during the anthem could be interrupted for up to four matches under a team policy issued this week, the league and the gambling association issued a joint statement late on Thursday night saying that the two The pages speak things out.
"Through recent discussions, NFL and NFLPA have worked on a solution to the issue of hymn. To allow this constructive dialogue to continue, we have agreed on the agreement on NFLPA's grun and NFL's hymn policy. No new rules on anthem will come to be issued or executed in the next few weeks while these confidential discussions are ongoing, says the reading. "NFL and NFLPA reflect the great values in America repeatedly demonstrated by the many actors performing extraordinary work in communities across the country to promote equality, justice and justice. Our common focus will continue to find a solution to the home issue through mutual, good faith commitments, out of court proceedings. "
The issue has dominated headlines in the last two seasons, causing breakdown and alienating some fans.
The NFL rule passed in May forbids players to sit or kneel if they are in the field or sidebar under" The Star-Spangled Banner "but allowed them to stay in the locker room if they wish. The law of the political teams would be banned if players did not stand under the anthem on the field. The league left it up to the law of punishing players.
None of the law had been published until AP received a copy of Miami's nine-page disciplines. It contained an episode with an opinion on "Proper Anthem Conduct" and was submitted to the AP by a person familiar with the policy that insisted on anonymity because the document is not public. classifies anthem protests under a large list of "injury club", all of which can lead to a paid or unpaid cancellation, a fine or both.
D The elves said in a statement: "NFL required each team to submit their rules on the anthem before the players reported to the training camp. We will address this issue when the season begins. All options are still open. "
Miami may choose not to give rise to any cessation or fines any player who is required to" harm the club. "Other crimes under that label include drug abuse or possession, play, wrestling and riding bikes as a driver or passenger from the start of the camp to the last season season.
Jets who play owner Christopher Johnson said shortly after the league announced his policy that he did not come to punish his players for some peaceful protests ̵
The new league rules were challenged this month in a complaint by the gambler. NFLPA said that the NFL policy, which was introduced without consultation with player association, violates collective agreement and violates player rights. Now the two sides are now seeking a solution without litigation.
Dolphin veteran receiver Kenny Stills took a knee with a hand on his heart during the anthem throughout the season. Defensive tackle Jordan Phillips put his arm around Stills before one game. Two other players who cracked – sure a Michael Thomas and tight end Julius Thomas – no longer with the team.
Defensive end Robert Quinn, who raised his fist during the anthem while with Rams, is now with the dolphins.  "Players who are in the field during the Anthem performance must stand and respect the flag and Anthem," says the 16th and final point of Miami's list of behaviors considered to be harmful among abusive teammates, coaches or officials including NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
NFL began requiring players to be in the field of the 2009 2009 hymn as it signed a marketing affair with the military.
In 2016, the fourth quarter, Colin Kaepernick began to protest against brutality in the police, social injustice and racial inequality by kneeling under the national anthem and the demonstration spread to other players and teams.
Critics led by President Donald Trump called the unpatriotic players and even said NFL owners should shoot all players who refused to stand under the anthem. Some players opposed that their actions failed and that they were looking for social change rather than protesting against the hymn itself.
Trump's criticism led more than 200 players to protest during a weekend and some held it up throughout the season.  League and a coalition of players have worked in tandem to support game initiatives for a range of social issues. NFL undertakes $ 90 million over the next seven years to social justice in a three-segment plan involving league players.
Kaepernick did not play at all last season and has still not been taken up by another team. He threw 16 touchdown passes and four interceptions during his final season in 2016. Security Eric Reid, one of Kaepernick's former teammates and another protest leader, is also out of work.
Both have filed a complaint against NFL.