Trump has been a frequent and vocal critic of the NFL since assuming office, beginning with former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his call for players to be suspended or fired for protesting. His comments sparked a league-wide protest earlier this season in which NFL executives joined their players by kneeling or locking arms.
Since then, Trump has also taken shots at the owners and commissioner Roger Goodell for not taking action against those who choose to take a stand.
Leonard Fournette, Jacksonville Jaguars, ankle, 4:25 p.m. ET: Fournette remains a fixture on the injury report, but this marks the second consecutive week that he has been a full participant in practice each day. His removal from the pregame injury report again indicates that he is expected to play as the Jags host the Seahawks.
Bilal Powell, New York Jets, hamstring, 4:05 p.m. ET: Unlike Forte — who bears the questionable tag — Powell has been cleared from the injury report in advance of Sunday’s game in Denver. The hamstring issue could not have been particularly serious, given that he was a full participant in practice throughout the week.
An Army investigation into 2014 rape allegations against Black Knights quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw “were unfounded and the case was closed,” according to a statement released by the United States Military Academy on Saturday.
“The Army takes all allegations of sexual assault seriously, and every allegation of sexual assault is thoroughly investigated,” the statement said. “The Army and The US Military Academy are aware that sexual assault allegations from a single incident were made against Cadet Bradshaw in 2014 and that the allegations were thoroughly investigated by the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command. The investigation concluded that the allegations against Cadet Bradshaw were unfounded and the case was closed.”
Lewis told The Daily Beast that the two met in 2014. She left West Point in February 2015.