NFL responds to memo asking for support in social activism

The NFL has issued a response after a group of players asked the league for support in social activism.The response notes that commissioner Roger Goodell spent time with Malcolm Jenkins a couple of weeks ago regarding the issues and also met with community leaders and representatives of law enforcement.Here's the

Bennett, Jenkins send memo to Goodell seeking NFL's support in social activism

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett and Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins headline a group of players who issued a memo to commissioner Roger Goodell and NFL vice president of football operations Troy Vincent, advocating for criminal justice reform among several issues.The memo was titled "Player Activism for Racial Inequality

Durant: I support Jemele Hill 'for standing up for what she believes in'

Count Kevin Durant among those who support Jemele Hill.The ESPN broadcaster came under fire recently for calling President Donald Trump a "white supremacist." White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders described the comment as a "fireable offense" andTrump responded by demanding ESPN issue an apology "for untruth."Durant weighed in on