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    Surgery was a success!!! God is Good!!! Now my wife has Madden 18 Coins three babies to take care of lol #GREATDRUGSA post shared by Cliff Avril (@cliffavril) on Feb 14, 2017 at 6:17am PSTThe 30-year-old Avril led Seattle with a career-high 11.5 sacks last season.According to the Seattle Times, he been scheduled to participate in a trip to Israel with other NFL players this week.

    Teammate Michael Bennett announced on Friday he is skipping the trip due to concerns over how the country would characterize his involvement in the excursion, saying he did not want it to be “used” as an “ambassador of good will”.Surgery likely knocks Avril out of the trip as well. Texas governor says NFL 'walking on thin ice' with opposition to bathroom bill | NFL | Sporting News.

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wants the NFL to stay out of the state's business and not threaten it over a controversial bathroom bill being considered by the state Legislature.The NFL said last week that Texas, which hosted Super Bowl 51 in Houston, could miss out on hosting another Super Bowl if the proposed legislation is passed.Abbott said Tuesday during an appearance on the Glenn Beck Program that the.

    NFL "is walking on thin ice" after making those comments.“The NFL needs to concentrate on playing football and get the heck out of politics,” Abbott said.MORE: Roger Goodell takes on politics, Deflategate and rules changesNFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said Friday that if proposed laws that are "discriminatory or inconsistent with our values were to become law (in Texas), that would certainly be a factor considered when thinking about awarding future events."Those comments didn't sit well with Abbott, a Republican.

    For some low-level NFL adviser to come out and say that they are Cheap madden mobile 18 coins going to micromanage and try to dictate to the state of Texas what types of policies we’re going to pass in our state, that’s unacceptable,” Abbott told Beck.“We don’t care what the NFL thinks and certainly what their political policies are because they are not a political arm of the state of.