While there is not believed to be a directive in place preventing personnel people from meeting with and signing players who have protested, Texans owner Bob McNair reportedly made it known that he would prefer to avoid free agents and draft prospects who have participated in demonstrations or are likely to.
In response, the Houston Texans have released an official statement saying, "A recent report that suggested the Houston Texans would not sign a player who has protested in support of social justice issues is categorically false and without merits".
Ross told the New York Daily News: "All of our players will be standing".
McNair, 80, met with his players and apologized for the "inmates" remark, but his attempt to clear the air was unsuccessful and may even have backfired.
"I just don't understand the Texans", Kaepernick's attorney Mark Geragos said.
Dozens dead in attacks on Burkina In recent years, Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb has pushed south from its base in Algeria, into Mali, and then to Burkina Faso. The country is one of a group of fragile states on the southern rim of the Sahara that are battling jihadist groups.
He said that if he had a chance to do it over, he would not have used the expression.
"We are glad that both the Houston Texans and Miami Dolphins have clarified their positions to be consistent with what was confirmed with our union leadership, and we expect all other National Football League teams to maintain the same commitment to protecting those rights". With the NFL's free agency period opening next week, the Chronicle's report could potentially damage the team's reputation even among players who did not stage protests but who sympathize with those who did.
Turkey tightens grip on Syrian Kurdish enclave The UN Security Council called recently for a 30-day ceasefire in eastern Ghouta, where 400,000 people live. Turkey said 41 of its soldiers have been killed since the operation began.
The notice also advised United States citizens in Turkey should avoid large crowds, keep a low profile and otherwise be cautious. Earlier, in another operation four Iraqi nationals were arrested for their alleged links to the Daesh terrorist group.
The District of Columbia Police Department said in a tweet that an "adult male has been declared deceased". The man has since died; no one else was injured in the incident, the Secret Service spokesperson said .
Those injuries are a major concerns considering Spence Jr targeted Brook's right eye last May, before breaking the left one. I don't know what will happen if they fight each other, but they're both easy for me to beat. "I felt very comfortable".
He says his game and his problematic back are starting to feel good again and the key is to maintain his rigorous fitness routine. He had to settle for a 68, though he still was just three shots behind, along with Brian Harman (68) and Xander Schauffele (70).
However, Navarro indicated he had not seen Trump's tweets on Canada and Mexico being exempted if a NAFTA deal was achieved. The EU would "form a coalition of like-minded countries and potentially take the U.S. to the WTO court together", he said.
The party, which got 19 seats, has made great inroads since the last Assembly elections in 2013 when they managed only two. A delegation of three Congress leaders - Kamal Nath, Ahmed Patel and CP Joshi - met the governor at 7 pm last night.
Frenemies: OPEC Finds US Shale Oil an Intractable Problem
Kachikwu said that the rapid growth in shale supply is "not just a problem for OPEC, it's a problem for the entire oil industry ". West Texas Intermediate ( WTI ) crude CLc1 was flat at $61.24 per barrel, having lost earlier gains of 0.7 percent.
Netanyahu-Trump meeting in the White House is underway
The president, a former NY property developer, claimed that he is saving taxpayer dollars on the construction of the embassy. But he added that because of Iran, it is also important to "exploit the opportunities for peace" with the Palestinians .