Kyle Larson tweets his favorite NFL team is ‘any one that stands’

Larson, on his way to a sprint car race, was taking questions from followers when one asked who his favorite NFL team was. Larson didn’t reply with a specific team, but rather one that did a certain thing.
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Noah Gragson and Brad Keselowski agreed. The national anthem is obviously not mentioned in Larson’s reply but the reference is clear. After all, standing for the national anthem has only been the biggest NFL topic since Donald Trump became president.

The fall remarks team owners Richard Petty and Richard Childress made about the protests — on the heels of inflammatory comments by Trump — renewed more mainstream jokes about old NASCAR stereotypes and the sport itself took days to issue its own weak statement in an attempt to separate from the views of Petty and Childress. There’s absolutely no need for NASCAR’s stars to be starting and spurring this dormant discussion right now. The prudent decision would have been to ignore the question and move on. Larson didn’t.

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Barclay has been a member of the Assembly since January 2016, representing south Jersey’s 5th legislative district, which includes parts of Camden and Gloucester counties — including the city of Camden.

He was vice chair of the Assembly’s law and public safety committee and a member of its judiciary committee.

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Barclay later played three seasons for the University of Memphis basketball team under famed coach John Calipari.

He was inducted into the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame in 2013.