Houston Texans avoiding free agents who protested during national anthem: report

The widespread nationwide anthem protests that took the particular NFL by storm last time of year will reportedly have an impact on how the particular Houston Texans pursue free realtors.

Two NFL agents told the  Houston Share   on Saturday the team is not interested in players who else participated in protests during the nationwide anthem.

There is no official directive in the company, but it is understood that the group isn’ t going to pursue anyone that participated in the protests, the papers reported.

However , the Houston Texans criticized the report Monday calling this “categorically false and without merit. inch

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair stated during an owners meeting final season that “we can’ to have the inmates running the prison”   (AP)

“A recent report that indicates the Houston Texans would not indication a player who has protested in support of interpersonal justice issues is categorically fake and without merit. The Texans possession, coaching, personnel and executive employees sign and hire employees depending on talent, character and fit inside our organization, ” the Texans had written in a statement.  

The particular Texans had their  own controversy during the period   after team proprietor Bob McNair said that “ all of us can’ t have the inmates operating the prison” during a meeting associated with NFL owners about players whom protest by kneeling during the nationwide anthem.

He said that if he had an opportunity to do it over, he would not have used expression.

McNair insisted he wasn’ t referring to the players with his remarks. He said he was “ referring to the relationship between the league workplace and team owners and how they are making significant strategic decisions influencing our league without adequate insight from ownership over the past few years. ”

Most of the Texans  responded to McNair’ s comments   by kneeling during the nationwide anthem before the following game.

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