NFL has no issue with David Tepper’s casino holdings

The prospective owner of the Carolina Panthers owns a company that holds ownership interest in casino stock. That won’t keep David Tepper from owning the team. Via Carleton English and John Kosman of the New York Post, the league has no issue with Tepper’s company, Appaloosa Management, holding ownership interests in Caesars Entertainment, MGM Resorts International, and Boyd Gaming.

This was vetted to the satisfaction of ownership and was not an issue in 2009 when Mr. Tepper became a minority owner of the Steelers, a league spokesperson told the Post. Currently, owners can hold investments in casinos, as long as they don’t participate in the operation of them.

“We had five rookies in the lineup tonight. So the future is bright,” he said. “I thought our window was closed, and that we were an old team!”

The Jaguars cut Gennesy on Monday. He originally entered the league as an undrafted free agent out of Texas A&M in 2017, signing with the Jaguars. Gennesy spent part of last season on Jacksonville’s practice squad.

The Browns signed Carrizosa as an undrafted free agent May 4. They signed Schneider as free agent January 31.

“It’s an amazing moment and also message,” Green said. “I’m just grateful to be a part of it. I think it was historic when people first saw it.”

When asked if he has gained business from the exposure of the Cavs, Browne echoed Green’s take.

“This wasn’t a commercial initiative for me,” he wrote. “This was a cultural initiative that represents to power of unity and true individuality.”

As the playoffs have gone on, several Cavs players have expressed their individuality by adding their own twists to the uniforms.

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