Posted May 01, 2018 05:18:14After the NFL announced its ban on “starch” and “rice” for its team owners in a press release, many fans were outraged.
The league also said it would continue to use its players’ names on its uniforms, uniforms, and logos, and that it would use “legitimate” sports mascots.
This was an important step forward, but many questioned why the NFL was putting its players in this position.
The NFL is clearly trying to limit the spread of the virus, but there’s no evidence to suggest that any of the “starchy and rice” bans will actually help stop the spread.
The real question is: Does it really help prevent the spread?
It might be more of a distraction from the players’ physical problems, but the more important question is whether the NFL is really doing the right thing.
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