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NFL Owners Around The League React To President Trump's Most Recent Comments

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 25 / 17

President Trump’s weekend comments drew "direct rebukes from the owners of 10 [NFL] clubs, including some Trump friends," according to Will Hobson of the WASHINGTON POST. 49ers CEO Jed York issued one of the stronger rebukes, terming Trump’s comments "callous and offensive" and "con...

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