Two men, Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies, will be making history as the first male dance cheerleaders in the NFL as members of the Los Angeles Rams’ squad.
I thought,’Why not me Why can’t I do this’ And called my friend and I asked her when auditions were for the Rams and she told me Sunday (March 11) and I showed up, Peron told Good Morning America in an interview after the announcement.
If you don’t make changes to make it safer, we’re going to do away with it. It’s that serious, Murphy said of what the message to the collection of coaches and coordinators would be. It’s by far the most dangerous play in the game.
It seems highly unlikely a change would occur in time for the 2018 season — they’re not there yet, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport said Wednesday on Up To The Minute Live. But in looking further down the road, it’s not difficult to imagine a game that simply switches possession by placing the ball on a team’s own 25.
The most important indicator that this is more possible than one might have expected: Concussions are even happening on kicks that aren’t returned.
When you’re a playoff team, you’re trying to eliminate all the distractions that you can. And we’re going to be a playoff team and we’re going to have these issues, Ballard said. It becomes a slippery slope. We have rules in place for a reason. I think they’re good rules. It gives you a chance to interview and then, after the season, whatever happens, happens. In our case, he changed his mind and we moved on.
According to Holder, the rule proposal never underwent a vote. Instead, it was simply tabled, which means we don’t know which way the Colts would’ve voted. But based on the way Ballard is talking, it certainly sounds like they would’ve voted against it if it were entirely up to him.
What if you hire a guy and he’s halfway in Ballard said. Even though it was painful, and everybody reacted, I kind of didn’t see what the big deal was. You move to the next scenario. That’s just what we do. People are so scared of the unknown. I say just keep moving forward. What if a guy signs a contract and then, two weeks later, has second thoughts What are you going to do What are the legal ramifications