What the NFL fired in February, and who should replace it?
A new head coach for the NFL and the NFLPA have been fired by both the league and the union, respectively.
The New York Giants announced the firings of their head coach and general manager.
It is not yet clear whether the coaches are fired because of the NFL’s new anti-harassment policy or if they were fired because they didn’t comply with the league’s anti-discrimination policies.NFL players and the leaguePA will decide what to do next.
The NFLPA will then have to file for reinstatement with the NFL.
In a statement to USA TODAY Sports, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said that the NFL was “deeply disappointed” in the decision by the New York Jets to fire head coach Rex Ryan.
He added that the union “will now take the necessary steps to restore the integrity and integrity of the game and the men and women who play it.”
The NFLPA said it has hired a lawyer to investigate the matter.
The league has not said what the investigation will reveal.
In the statement, the NFL said:The NFL is deeply disappointed in the NFLPSA decision to terminate its Head Coach and General Manager and is currently reviewing the matter with our lawyers and the National Labor Relations Board.
We are taking this matter seriously and have full confidence in the process.
The conduct of the organization is unacceptable and we will take all necessary steps as we seek to restore that integrity.