By DAVID STOLENBERG The Associated Press WriterWashington (AP) NFL players aren’t a “cult” like other members of their teams, but they’re members of a group called the “biolaminescence” group.
The “cult”-like nature of the group has long been a source of tension between the NFL and its players.
It’s one of the main reasons why the league has changed its rules on what it considers to be “submission” and “loyalty.”
And while the NFL says that the group doesn’t represent the NFL’s core fan base, the players’ efforts to make the league more open to people of all faiths and backgrounds has drawn scrutiny from some fans and players.
The issue of how to reconcile those differences is one of five topics on the NFL Network’s “Sports Insiders” panel Wednesday.
The NFL’s response to the issue has been swift, and it included a video posted on its website that included the league’s statement.
The league has said the “Biolamine” video, released in early September, was an attempt to show the league that “we are the fans, not the players.”
NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said the league will be making its stance on the issue known during the upcoming league meeting, which begins Monday in Dallas.
“The statement, that’s all we can say at this point,” McCarthy said.
The video included in the video shows several members of the biolumineence group, including quarterback Tom Brady, standing outside of a bar.
They’re shown drinking beers and dancing around the room, holding hands and dancing on the dance floor, with their arms crossed in front of them.
One of them, an NFL player named Mark Wuerffel, says in the first frame, “Breathe in and out.”
The video ends with him saying, “I want you to know I’m a bioluminant.
And I love this game.
I love our team.
We’re not a cult, and we’re not followers. “
I am a fan of the game, but I am also a fan and I love my team.
We’re not a cult, and we’re not followers.
And we’re here to support the league and our fans, and support our community and support what our players do on the field and what they do off the field.”
In response to those comments, the NFL Players Association issued a statement, saying that it was “disappointed by any suggestion that the NFL is any different from other organizations.
The Players are one of America’s greatest sporting teams.
It is our hope that this video will show the NFL that the public can have a greater appreciation for the tremendous contributions our players make to this great game.”
The NFL said it had been aware of the video and that the video was part of the NFLPA’s outreach efforts.
“We will continue to work closely with the NFL on the issues of diversity and inclusion in the game,” McCarthy wrote in the statement.
In the past, the league did not respond to multiple requests for comment.
The statement by the NFL was released in response to a request by The Associated, an AP Sports website, to meet with Wuerfel and other members.
McCarthy said that he has had “some conversations with” the player about the issue.
“In some instances, he has expressed concern that this might have been a distraction for the players, and that it may have been causing some players to question whether they are the ‘right kind of player,'” McCarthy wrote.
The group’s website, which has been down since October, includes a number of messages from players that are posted on a blackboard inside the group’s “blackboard” that are intended to be shared among the group.
One message posted on the group reads, “We want to be seen as the most diverse, authentic, and authentic fan group in the world.
This is our message to you.
A video posted earlier this month by a group known as “The Brotherhood of The Bioluminate” shows a group of football players dancing in a club room with a poster saying, “‘I don’t care what your religious beliefs are, just be proud to be a Bioluminance Fan.'” “
You guys are the best fans in the history of the world, and I want you guys to know that.”
A video posted earlier this month by a group known as “The Brotherhood of The Bioluminate” shows a group of football players dancing in a club room with a poster saying, “‘I don’t care what your religious beliefs are, just be proud to be a Bioluminance Fan.'”
The video includes footage of players and coaches celebrating in front a poster that reads, “‘It’s all about being Biolamite.
It starts with you.'”
Another video posted by the group, titled “The Biolumienerate,” shows a person dancing in the room with another poster who says, “It’s time to become a Bieluminance fan and have the world be proud of you