Maurkice Pouncey rips Lions’ D-line for breaking unwritten rule


The Detroit Lions’ defensive line broke an unwritten NFL rule Sunday when it fired off the ball on a kneel-down play, said Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey, who was incensed by the play one day after Pittsburgh’s 20-15 victory at Ford Field.

Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun left in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury and did not return, and running back Duke Johnson exited late and was evaluated for a concussion, but was cleared.

Cleveland was missing three starters due to injury, including top overall draft pick Myles Garrett (concussion).

Robinson reports that the quarterback’s legal team will be seeking discovery to look for evidence of Kaepernick-related communications between team owners, as well as communications between owners and the president.

Specific targets for discovery mentioned by Robinson include Patriots owner Robert Kraft, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, as well as officials with the Seahawks, Titans and Ravens.

“It will be a vast group, both broad and specific,” a source told Yahoo Sports.

Kaepernick’s legal team also will reportedly bring up Trump’s comments on the issue of national anthem protests. For example, in a March 20 speech in Louisville, Ky., Trump told Cheap Jerseys Shop a crowd, “It was reported that NFL owners don’t want to pick him up because they don’t want Cheap Jerseys Team to get a nasty tweet from Donald Trump. Do you believe that? I just saw that. I just saw that.”

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