Players call NFL jersey swap ban ‘silly’


There are no two ways about it – the policy of swapping new NFL jerseys is ludicrous.

The league tells its players that it is safe to play real football games where they run at full speed, but it is also dangerous to stand within six feet of each other and swap jerseys an once the match is over.

It does not stick. If it is dangerous to exchange shirts because of the coronavirus, then it can be assumed that it is probably dangerous to play real football matches.

Richard Sherman brilliantly called the league for it earlier Thursday after the policy was initially reported.

Now more and more players are joining him in calling the league for this savage rule.

Texas lineman Laremy Tunsil explicitly called the league a “joke” because of the rule.

Texans spreader Randall Cobb shared the same feelings.

Wideout Josh Boyce asked the most valid question that we all want to know the answer to.

Texan QB Deshaun Watson called it stupid.

Chargers goaltender Trai Turner called on the league to worry about more important things.

Bills offensive lineman Jonathan Feliciano said the league looked “stupid”.

Donté Stallworth, a former player, turned the logic of the NFL around with an idea.

Clearly, this is not a good idea.


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