“He is tough, we all know that,” said Von Miller, whose 61 career sacks don’t include any of Luck. “He is going to break a couple of tackles and run through a couple of defenders, and he is going to make some great passes. We all know what type of tough guy he is.”
“Therefore, our national anthem has particular significance for U.S. Soccer. In front of national and often global audiences, the playing of our national anthem is an opportunity for our Men’s and Women’s National Team players and coaches to reflect upon the liberties and freedom we all appreciate in this country.
“We try to script him the right way to get reps, but not have him waste a lot of running in other areas,” Kubiak said.
“I haven’t had a sack on him yet,” said Vonn Miller, who has 61 sacks in his career. “I got close and he just has that knack for keeping his eyes downfield, feeling the defense and still making great passes.”
“No, it’s worth it,” said Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, insisting that while he’s disheartened by evaporating endorsements , Twitter trolls and the burning of a T-shirt in front of team headquarters this week, he’s also undaunted.
“For us to see Clayton go out and do what he does, it’s a huge lift for us,” manager Dave Roberts said.
“I’ll tell you, if you were in that dugout at the beginning of the game, the guys were dead on their feet,” Chicago manager Joe Maddon said. “To play the kind of game we did today — really hot, last game of a long road trip — I give them a ton of credit. (Lester) really played into all that.”
Forbes’ NFL valuations show the Cowboys worth $4.2 billion, easily topping the league for the 10th straight year. Next closest are the New England Patriots at $3.4 billion.
“I’ve openly discussed my TUEs (therapeutic use exemptions) with the media and have no issues with the leak which confirms my statements,” Froome said Thursday.
Wednesday night’s premiere episode of the Comedy Central cartoon’s 20th season focused on a protest of the anthem by elementary school children. It also featured a reboot of a version of the song by director J.J. Abrams, who successfully restarted the “Star Wars” and “Star Trek” franchises.