‘The Americans’: Cast & Creators Joke Potential Spinoffs, Keri Russell & Matthew Rhys Talk Spy Love – ATX

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Malcolm Jenkins Responds to White House Snub With Signs: ‘You Aren’t Listening’

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Malcolm Jenkins’ silence spoke volumes on Wednesday.

The day after the Philadelphia Eagles were scheduled to visit the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl LII victory, the strong safety refused to answer questions from a crowd of reporters and instead held up signs voicing his opinion about the current political climate.

“You aren’t listening,” read one handwritten sign. “More than 60% of people in prison are people of color,” said another.

You Aren’t Listening! pic.twitter.com/41llVxwDEq

– Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) June 6, 2018

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The media standoff in the Eagles’ locker room during NFL minicamp was prompted by President Trump disinviting the Super Bowl champions to the White House this week, saying it was because the players “disagree with their president” who “insists that they proudly stand for their national anthem.”

On Tuesday, Jenkins hit back at the White House in a long Twitter post, calling the snub a way to “paint the picture that these players are anti-America, anti-flag, anti-military” — but he clearly thought his message fell on deaf ears and decided to clarify exactly what players have been protesting.

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According to ESPN, the rest of his signs read:

“Any given night 500,000 sit in jail. Convicted? No. Too Poor? Yes #EndCashBail”

“Chris Long gave his entire year’s salary to educational initiatives”

“Colin Kaepernick gave $1 million to charity”

“Devin McCourty Duron Harmon, Matt Slater and Johnson Bademosi lobbied to raise the age from 7 to 12 entering the criminal justice system”

“in 2018 439 439 people shot and killed by police (thus far)”

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Jenkins had previously said that he would not attend the traditional visit to meet the president after the Eagles beat the New England Patriots on Feb. 5

He isn’t the only Eagles player to blast the White House’s statement. On Monday, wide receiver Torrey Smith wrote on Twitter that “It’s a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don’t want to see you. To make it about the anthem is foolish.”

See more Twitter images of Jenkins’ protest below.

You Aren’t Listening! pic.twitter.com/5ti8HU2Cq0

– Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) June 6, 2018

Instead of speaking, Malcolm Jenkins holds up signs at his locker to get his message across. pic.twitter.com/mg9JdhFgYZ

– Sheil Kapadia (@SheilKapadia) June 6, 2018

Malcolm Jenkins responded to questions today by holding up a series of signs. He did not speak. Here are a few. pic.twitter.com/I01lfMwVgq

– Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) June 6, 2018

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Malcolm Jenkins Reacts to White House Disinvite: ‘It Takes Courage to Stand Up for the TRUTH’

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Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has released a sharply worded statement in response to President Trump disinviting the team to visit the White House. The Super Bowl LII champions had been originally scheduled to meet the president on Tuesday to celebrate their victory over the New England Patriots last February.

In a Twitter post Tuesday, Jenkins wrote in length of the players’ plight, defended what they’ve done for their local community and hit back at the White House, calling the snub a way to “paint the picture that these players are anti-America, anti-flag, anti-military.”

Praising his teammates, in particular defensive end Chris Long who donated his entire 2017 salary to charity, Jenkins said they’ve “fed the hungry, we’ve mentored our youth, we’ve fought to create opportunities for communities and individuals who have been disenfranchised, we’ve given scholarships and the list goes on.”

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“We’ve done all of this while climbing to the win the highest esteem in our profession. We are athletes, but as citizens, we are doing everything in our power to make our communities better. That is the hard, but, right thing to do,” the two-time Super Bowl champion said.

In a statement released Monday, Trump said that he was rescinding the invitation because the Eagles players “disagree with their president” who “insists that they proudly stand for their national anthem.” Jenkins said in his post that Trump’s claim that his teammates refused to stand is false, as “zero” Philadelphia Eagles players knelt during the anthem last season.

“The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated tomorrow,” the White House statement continued. “They disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country.”

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The cancellation came after several players — including Jenkins and Long — said that they would not visit the White House following the team’s championship.

Jenkins isn’t the only Eagles player to blast the White House’s decision. On Monday, wide receiver Torrey Smith wrote on Twitter that “It’s a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don’t want to see you. To make it about the anthem is foolish.”

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Read Jenkins’ statement in full below:

#TheFightContinues pic.twitter.com/QWDdvZgQNL

— Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) June 5, 2018

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Philadelphia Eagles Player Torrey Smith Calls White House Invite Recall a ‘Cowardly Act’

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After President Trump disinvited the Philadelphia Eagles from visiting the White House on Tuesday, wide receiver Torrey Smith called the recall “a cowardly act.”

“There are a lot of people on the team that have plenty of different views. The men and women that wanted to go should’ve been able to go,” Smith wrote on Twitter Monday afternoon. “It’s a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don’t want to see you. To make it about the anthem is foolish.”

The Super Bowl-winning wide receiver was reacting to Trump’s announcement earlier in the day that the “Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated tomorrow. They disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country.”

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In a string of tweets in response, Smith said: “So many lies smh Here are some facts 1. Not many people were going to go 2. No one refused to go simply because Trump “insists” folks stand for the anthem 3. The President continues to spread the false narrative that players are anti military.”

He also replied to one commentator he said that players had no business being honored if they refuse to stand for the national anthem by saying: “If you are going to tweet…tweet facts…no one on the Eagles took a knee last season……….”

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A trip to meet with the current president is part of the traditional honor for the reigning Super Bowl champions. The sudden cancellation of this week’s ceremony came after several other players — including Smith, Chris Long and Malcolm Jenkins — had said that they would not visit the White House following their Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots last February.

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See Smith’s tweets below:

So many lies smh
Here are some facts
1. Not many people were going to go
2. No one refused to go simply because Trump “insists” folks stand for the anthem
3. The President continues to spread the false narrative that players are anti military pic.twitter.com/89GUNhJ4eE

– Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) June 4, 2018

There are a lot of people on the team that have plenty of different views. The men and women that wanted to go should’ve been able to go. It’s a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don’t want to see you. To make it about the anthem is foolish

– Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) June 4, 2018

If you are going to tweet…tweet facts…no one on the Eagles took a knee last season………. https://t.co/7aiTuvVKe8

– Torrey Smith (@TorreySmithWR) June 5, 2018

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Philadelphia Eagles’ Chris Long Hailed for Donating Entire Season’s Paychecks to Charity

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The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long is playing the 2017 season for charity, and sports Twitter is cheering him on.

The Chris Long Foundation said Wednesday that the player’s final 10 game checks will be donated to support educational equality in the three cities he’s played for during his decade-long career: Philadelphia, St. Louis and Boston. Long had already donated his first six game checks toward scholarships to his middle and high school in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Long’s base salary this year is $1 million, and he signed a two-year, $4.5 million contract with the Eagles in March that included a $500,000 signing bonus and a guaranteed $1.5 million.

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“In my 10th year, I want to celebrate the awesome opportunity I’ve had to play football by giving back to the communities that have given me that gift,” Long said in a statement. “Educational opportunity and equity are the best gateway to a better tomorrow for everyone in America.”

Long is encouraging fans and business owners to donate as well, by launching the “Pledge 10 for Tomorrow” campaign. The city that raises the most money will earn an additional $50,000 donation. “We have such a great platform as football players and hopefully fans get behind it,” Long said.

Long is being hailed on Twitter for his act of generosity, being called a “class act” and the GOAT.

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Chris Long was a free agent and signed with the Eagles to make money but now he’s donating all of it and playing for free????????????

— AJ Wright (@ajwright07) October 18, 2017

After already donating his first 6 game checks, DE Chris Long will now donate his last 10 for educational equality #ClassAct #Eagles

— Eagles Updates (@EaglesUpdates17) October 18, 2017

#Eagles DE Chris Long really is a special and tremendous person. He’s playing this season for charity. pic.twitter.com/Jsls3hnTmx

— Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardoPHL) October 18, 2017

#Eagles DE Chris Long is donating his entire season salary for educational equality. So he’s playing this season for charity. #Respect.

— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) October 18, 2017

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pic.twitter.com/GvjxkJlFt0

— Pretty and Angry (@AngryandBlack) October 18, 2017

Guys like Chris Long are rare…but damn this world needs more of them
???????????????????????????? https://t.co/wwp0ZEtY5a

— EROCK (@TheMightyEROCK) October 18, 2017

My man @JOEL9ONE I salute you brother! Keep being a great example! ???????? https://t.co/FiQpWUhWdm

— Malcolm Jenkins (@MalcolmJenkins) October 18, 2017

Known him for years..@JOEL9ONE is as good as it gets… pic.twitter.com/Y5e3AcXnOY

— trey wingo (@wingoz) October 18, 2017

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NFL Star Chris Long Donates His Paycheck for First 6 Games to Charlottesville Scholarships

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Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long is putting his money where his mouth is by donating his pay for the first six games of the NFL season to fund scholarships in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Long, who is from Los Angeles but played high school football for St. Anne’s-Belfield School in Charlottesville, has been one of the most vocal sports stars in the wake of the violent protests at a rally for white supremacists in the city last August.

The scholarships will provide two students with a seven-year all-expenses-paid school program at St. Anne’s-Belfield School, according to Sports Illustrated. In addition, two members of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Virginia will be granted the opportunity to complete their education at one of Virginia’s schools.

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Acting in response to the outbreak of violence that left one woman dead, Long and his wife, Megan, released a statement: “In August, we watched people fill our hometown streets with hatred and bigotry. Megan and I decided to try to combat those actions with our own positive investment in our community.”

He went on to tweet that it was “the least I can do.”

pic.twitter.com/A77nmDPJLi

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) September 20, 2017

The NFL veteran, who was drafted by the St. Louise Rams in 2008 and won a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots last season, also appeared on ESPN’s “The Ryen Russillo Show” on Tuesday.

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“With everything that happened over the summer that really shed a negative light on a really good community that we have in Charlottesville, I thought it would be good to kind of put my money where my mouth was and take it out of the check that I get for doing something that I love,” he told Russillo.

“Certainly I’ve been lucky, I’ve made a lot of money in my career, it’s not like I’m playing for, you know, $30 million this year or something. I’m an older guy, I’m not taking a ton of money relative to NFL standards, but any little bit helps in your community and for me we were just trying to turn a negative into a positive.”

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During the Eagles vs. Buffalo Bills pre-season game on Aug. 17, Long became one of the first white players to join in the national anthem protest by putting his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins back as Jenkins raised a fist.

After the game, he told reporters: “I think it’s a good time for people that look like me to be there for people that are fighting for equality.”

Long is the son of NFL Hall of Famer Howie Long and the brother of Chicago Bears guard Kyle Long.

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New England Patriots’ Donald Trump White House Visit Is Set

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The New England Patriots are going back to the White House — just two years after their last visit to Washington, DC. And the date has been set.

The Super Bowl-winning team (well, most of them at least) will meet with President Trump on April 19, White House spokesperson Sean Spicer announced on Thursday, according to NFL.com.

This will mark the fifth time that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick’s team have made the traditional presidential trip following a championship season, although the famous quarterback missed the last meeting with President Obama in 2015 due to family obligations.

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“I’m proud to announce that on April 19, the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the New England Patriots will be visiting the White House to celebrate their latest — and what will be probably be a continuation of many more to come — Super Bowl win,” Spicer, who is a native of Rhode Island, said in a press conference.

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While he has not openly said he is a New England fan, after the Pats beat the Atlanta Falcons in a Super Bowl overtime shocker on Feb. 5, Spicer proclaimed it was the “Best. Game. Ever.”

Best. Game. Ever. Congrats @Patriots #SuperBowl #SuperBowl2017 #SuperBowlLI

— Sean Spicer (@seanspicer) February 6, 2017

April 19 will also mark the first time Brady and Trump have been seen together in public since the former presidential candidate claimed the Super Bowl MVP as one of his supporters, although Trump has been spotted with team owner Robert Kraft recently.

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A number of players have already bowed out of the trip, however, citing a dislike of the Trump administration.

LeGarrette Blount, Alan Branch, Dont’a Hightower, Devin McCourty, Martellus Bennett and Chris Long have all previously said they didn’t want to meet with Trump. And while the latter two players are no longer with the Patriots, they are still on the White House’s invite list.

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New England Patriots defensive end Chris Long is one of six Super Bowl LI champs who aren’t planning to make the traditional visit to the White House to meet President Trump — and he’s not mincing his words as to why.

The four-time Pro Baller tackled the topic head-on Thursday night, blitzing critics who have been attacking him on social media since he made his decision public shortly after the Patriots’ historic comeback win in Houston on Feb. 5.

“Heard it all this week … if you don’t want to hear about some of the dumb s— I’ve heard … mute away, but it’s good. Rapid fire time, yeah?” he tweeted to one troll on Thursday.

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“‘You just wanna be a cool lib,’” one user deducted, to which the heavily-tattooed defensive player responded: “As a football player, liberals thought I was a living, breathing piece of steak before I agreed with them.”

“‘Respect the office’ Ok birther theory guy,” he told another.

“‘Stick to football’ you don’t look like a state senator yourself there bud,” he continued.

When a tweeter got personal, Long fought back even harder: “”You hate the troops’ The secondary focus of my foundation (out of two causes) is veteran support. Do your research. Also, not relatable.”

Long is referring to the Water Boys program, where he’s teaming up with other professional athletes and veterans to bring clean, safe and sustainable water to Eastern Africa by conquering Mount Kilimanjaro.

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“‘I hope they cut you’ I’m a free agent,” he responded to one user who needs to check his football facts. After his performance in the 2016 season, we’re pretty sure Long will be returning to New England later this year.

Like a perfectly orchestrated Bill Belichick playbook, Long took down each of his detractors as if they were Atlanta Falcons receivers with burn after burn.

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After being drafted by the St. Louis Rams in 2008 with the second overall pick in 2008, Long was released in February 2016 and picked up by New England on a one-year, $2 million deal. He went on to help Tom Brady’s team to a 14-2 regular season and take home the Lombardi Trophy for the fifth time.

While non-football fans might not be familiar with the 31 year-old from Santa Monica, California, Long has been involved in the NFL all his life. His father is Hall of Famer Howie Long, who spent 13 years with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, won one Super Bowl and is now a studio analyst at Fox Sports — where he got to commentate on his son winning his first Super Bowl ring two weeks ago.

Devin McCourty and Martellus Bennett are among the other Patriots players declining Donald Trump’s invite.

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See Long’s tweets and his critics below.

“Respect the office” Ok birther theory guy

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“Stick to football” you don’t look like a state senator yourself there bud.

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“I hope they cut you” I’m a free agent.

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“stop being self important. I’m no longer a fan” I’m self important but you thought this was important enough to bring to my attention, eh?

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“You just wanna be a cool lib” Actually I’m well aware the minute I believe something they don’t, libs will hit me w this GIF pic.twitter.com/yvc9iBskvm

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“You just wanna be a cool lib”
As a football player, liberals thought I was a living, breathing piece of steak before I agreed with them.

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“You hate white people” You realize all humans that live in America should be concerned? Also that assumption says something about you.

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

“Stop believing the media.” Dude I just saw you retweet Fox News.

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

I think that’s it but check this gem out. Bye for now! pic.twitter.com/4kyxRgG4bV

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

Last thing… not a libertarian. I thought I wanted to be one. Was desperate for a third party to support. Couldn’t do it.

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

Lmao this guy’s name https://t.co/cN6t2JQgaj

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

.@Texboy68 here’s how Willie feels pic.twitter.com/OXLiSFeiCt

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

Sorry dude. I appreciate your support of me as a football player, but I just don’t get this tweet. https://t.co/TfmK7hbEmY

— Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017

And finally, this is what Long really wants you to be talking to him about.

Team up with #NFL players and military #veterans bringing #CleanWater to communities in East Africa! https://t.co/tVkvlaBH5p #ConquerKili pic.twitter.com/iizXiuPyzS

— Waterboys.org (@WaterboysORG) February 17, 2017

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12 Hollywood Stars Supporting Gary Johnson (Photos)

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“I’m happy to join Gary Johnson and to campaign for a candidate, here in California and across America, who doesn’t want your money to be wasted or want your children put at risk in a needless war” — Drew Carey

“I want to break away from this two-party system and I think it’s important for people to know that there’s another candidate out there who really toes the line between Democrat and Republican” — Melissa Joan Hart

“I’m supporting Gary Johnson all the way” — Penn Jillette

“I have now given every penny I am legally permitted to give to @johnsonweld4usa. I simply can’t stand not to” — Teller

“This election is like Nirvana in 1991. The Johnson/Weld ticket can capture imaginations to bolt to the top” — Former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselić

“I’m not voting for Trump for sure, or Clinton. Third party… Johnson” — WWE’s  Goldust (aka Dustin Patrick Runnels)

“I am a fan of Gary Johnson. I think that he is awesome in his stances. He’s pro-gay marriage, he’s pro-choice, less military intervention for other countries, and he admits that he smokes marijuana” — Raven-Symoné

“This is the best time EVER to consider a third party candidate. @GovGaryJohnson is the only person running that makes any sense” — Comedian/ UFC commentator Joe Rogan

“Johnson understands that America is a constitutional republic and there are (and ought to be) checks on what presidents can do” — John Stossel

“Don’t forget to get out there and vote for either Cat Shit or Dog Shit in November!” — Comedian Brendon Walsh

“@GovGaryJohnson or @RandPaul. Preferably Johnson, because he didn’t switch to Libertarian Light” — Sean Waltman (aka X-Pac)

“GARY JOHNSON FOR PRESIDENT” — New England Patriots defensive end Chris Long