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DeVante Parker doesn’t care about Chris Chambers’ opinion and apparently doesn’t believe anyone else does either.
After the former Dolphins receiver ranked Parker third among the team’s current receivers behind Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson, Parker responded on Twitter.
Nobody cares about his opinion, Parker wrote.
Barring a surprise in which someone like Notre Dame guard Quenton Nelson falls to them at No. 9, it’s a good bet that the 49ers will use their first pick on a defensive player. While the Niners have needs on both sides of the ball, they need difference-makers regardless of position. The way the first round is shaping up, the Niners’ best options will mostly be defenders — linebackers such as Georgia’s Roquan Smith and Virginia Tech’s Tremaine Edmunds, defensive backs such as Ohio State’s Denzel Ward, Alabama’s Minkah Fitzpatrick and Florida State’s Derwin James or even a pass-rusher such as Boston College’s Harold Landry or UT San Antonio’s Marcus Davenport. If the 49ers stay put at No. 9, someone from that group is the best bet. Depending on whom the Niners draft in the first round, they would still have needs at corner, linebacker and pass-rusher, which means they could follow a similar script to 2017 when they used their first three picks on defenders. — Nick Wagoner
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As explained by Andy Grimm of the Chicago Sun-Times, a 2017 lawsuit filed by a Packers fan who had purchased Bears season tickets could potentially open the door for a First Amendment-based attack on the anthem policy.
Russell Beckham argues that the Bears violated his First Amendment rights by preventing him from walking the sidelines while wearing Packers colors during a pregame event for season-ticket holders in 2016. Beckham, who represents himself in the lawsuit, has survived a preliminary effort by the Bears to have the Womens Jason McCourty Jersey case thrown out of court.
To ultimately win, Beckham may need to show that the Chicago Park District, which owns and operates Soldier Field, had a role in the team’s decision to prevent Beckham from wearing Packers gear on the sidelines. Which means that NFL players may need to show that local stadium authorities had a role in the rule that requires players to stand for the anthem.