National Football League Tells Players They Can’t Attend Indoor Church
NBC News reports exclusively that the NFL and the NFL Players Association have agreed on strict policies to ensure players practice personal responsibility during the China virus pandemic.
Among other things, football players are not allowed to attend indoor church services that allow attendance above 25 percent capacity.
Any Christian athletes caught violating the policy could face fines.
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The policy would also prohibit players from attending indoor night clubs, indoor bars and indoor house parties.
Any player testing positive for the China virus after attending a church service or other banned activity would not be paid for missed games.
The NFL also warned that future guarantees in their contracts would be voided.
While the NFL frowns upon church attendance, they have no problem with players attending massive protests against police officers. As a matter of fact, the NFL actually encourages such activity.
— NFL (@NFL) June 25, 2020