The NFL will launch an investigation into the MCL injury Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman played through this season, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll described the injury as “significant,” but Sherman only appeared on Seattle’s injury report once in 2016 with an injury designation, and it wasn’t for a knee injury.
“I’m feeling like I screwed that up with not telling you that,” Carroll said Monday. “He was okay, so I don’t know, he never missed anything I guess is probably why (it wasn’t reported).”
The NFL rules on reporting injuries are clear and specific, and Sherman did miss practice time, though it was never connected to an MCL injury.
The league is investigating because it has clearly defined rules establishing how teams must report injury information on a weekly basis. The purpose of these rules is to keep things fair by ensuring that teams provide “credible, accurate, and specific” information on player injuries.
Instead of directly asking Obama to pick a winner for Super Bowl 50, King asked him to circle the winner on a piece of paper which was then sealed in an envelope. Obama’s choice was unintentionally caught on camera. He picked the Panthers, who lost to the Broncos with a final score of 24-10.
Trump will be inaugurated and will become the 45th president of the United States on Friday, Jan. 20.
In addition to accidentally leaking part of Tomlin’s speech, the video post was a violation of NFL rules, which don’t allow for any social media posts until 90 minutes after the game finishes.
Brown said he “didn’t have a clue about” the league rule, but he vowed he’d learn from what happened.
However, Brown wouldn’t promise that he’d stop posting videos entirely.
“I guess you gotta wait and see,” he said.