The alleged mistreatment of cheerleaders by NFL teams continues to generate contentions far more unusual than the notion that they didn’t receive fair pay for the time spent on the job.
Via the Houston Chronicle, Angelina Rosa has joined the pending lawsuits against the Texans, and she specifically claims that the director of the squad placed duct tape on Roas’s body because she was skinny Online Cheap Jerseys fat.
A prior version of this article indicated that the Texans hope to compel arbitration before Commissioner Roger Goodell, a contention that came from the Chronicle article. According to the Texans, the cheerleaders signed a standard arbitration clause that calls for an outside company, not the league office, to handle the arbitration.
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Offensive coordinator Todd Haley said earlier this month that it has yet to be determined and running backs coach Freddie Kitchens suggested that the answer may be a shifting one. Kitchens said the team will ride the hot hand because it doesn’t make much sense to fiddle with something that’s working.
Ultimately, all three of those guys can run our running game, Kitchens said, via the team’s website. Duke can do a few more things in the passing game. Ultimately, we feel like that is a position of strength. Coach [Bill] Parcells taught me a long time ago, do not turn a position of strength into a weakness. You would like to keep it a strength, and we are fortunate that is where we are.