NFL still operating in the dark ages

For fu** sakes, can someone please let the league know it's 2018?

NFL team's question about prospect's sexual orientation raises legal concerns

The NFL team that asked former LSU running back Derrius Guice about his sexual orientation at the scouting combine may have violated federal law, labor attorneys told USA TODAY Sports on Thursday.

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NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said in an email to USA TODAY Sports on Thursday that the question about Guice's sexual orientation was completely inappropriate and wholly contrary to league workplace policies and that the NFL is looking into the matter

Guice was also asked by another team if his mom was a prostitute, one of many questions asked over the years in an attempt to get a reaction from NFL prospects.

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packerboi posted:

For fu** sakes, can someone please let the league know it's 2018?

USA TODAY Sports on Thursday that the question about Guice's sexual orientation was completely inappropriate and wholly contrary to league workplace policies and that the NFL is looking into the matter

Guice was also asked by another team if his mom was a prostitute, one of many questions asked over the years in an attempt to get a reaction from NFL prospects.

I think the prospects being interviewed should ask the same questions of their potential bosses. You know, just so they know who they're working for! 

that's just locker room talk....   said no one sane ever.   really pathetic.

I'm really struggling with bucking up for season tickets more than ever this year.  I'm positive if I had season tickets to any team besides the GBP at Lambeau Field I would have gotten rid of them already.

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