Sean 'Diddy' Combs, Steph Curry interested in owning Carolina Panthers


Sean 'Diddy' Combs, Steph Curry interested in owning Carolina Panthers

Gauging how much the franchise would fetch is hard, given professional football is still far and away the best-rated American sport, but has seen decreased ratings and increased polarization due to people like Kaepernick, who knelt for the national anthem to protest police brutality and racism in the U.S. The last NFL team to change hands was the Buffalo Bills, who were sold for $1.4 billion in 2014.

Still, Jones found himself sad that a fellow owner was leaving the NFL.

"I will immediately address the Colin Kaepernick situation and put him in the running for next year's starting quarterback", Diddy said in a video posted to Instagram. "Let's make history", he continued.

Longtime Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson announced his plans Sunday to sell the team after the National Football League revealed it was launching an investigation into allegations of workplace misconduct. But will he add Carolina Panthers owner to his resume?

"While I will no longer be the team owner, I will always be the Panthers' No. 1 fan". Richardson then fired general manager Dave Gettleman on the eve of training camp and replaced him with former general manager Marty Hurney on an interim basis. Let's GOOOOOOO! Spread the word. And his first act should he do so, he says, will be to hire Colin Kaepernick. "It's just competition, baby", Diddy explains.

If Diddy does get the team, he already has plans to improve it. He will have the best halftime shows and best music selection.

The settlements were accompanied by non-disclosure and non-disparagement clauses which prevent the former employees from speaking publicly.

The rally in Maryland was organized by the Rising Hearts Coalition. One former female employee said Richardson summoned her to his office and asked for a foot rub.

It didn't take long for Diddy to get word that an National Football League team is for sale.

"I'm Native American", Bryan Proctor told a D.C. news station outside the Redskins game.

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