Flip-flop socks are officially banned in the NFL.
The league’s rule book outlines the restrictions on players wearing flip-tops and socks while on the field.
They’re also prohibited in the locker room, locker rooms, and locker rooms during training camp and the regular season.
But the flip-top rule is a bit of a grey area for some players.
Some players like running back Ezekiel Elliott have gotten caught up in the controversy and want to wear flip-tops during games.
Elliott said that it’s not a good look for the players in the league.
“I don’t think it’s a good way to look like you’re playing football and playing hard,” Elliott said.
“It’s not the right way to play.
It’s not even the right thing to wear.
You have to show up and play.
That’s what it’s about.
It doesn’t represent our team and our community.” “
When you have a rule that says, ‘You can’t wear flip flopers or flip floppies, it’s disrespectful to the players who have put so much effort and effort into this game,’ it’s very disrespectful to our players, and it’s wrong.
It doesn’t represent our team and our community.”
Elliott said he wants to continue wearing flip floppers during the season but the flip floppers ban is a tough pill to swallow for some athletes.
“You don’t have to say anything about it because you’re going to be on the same team,” Elliott told Mike and Mike.
“But if you don’t like it, then just don’t wear them, and then if you do wear them it’s your decision to wear them.
It could be a little bit easier if they let you wear flip floops, but at the same time, I’m not going to wear those.”
Elliott also called the ban on flip-fops “bullshit.”
“I think it shows the hypocrisy of the NFL,” Elliott added.
“They say they’re about diversity and then they make the flip flip and they make it a thing.
The flip flip floppy rule is bullshit.”
Elliott is not alone.
Tight end Greg Olsen is also against the flip flap rule.
Olsen said he would not wear flipflops during practices and he said he’s just going to stay off of the court.
“People are always asking me, ‘Greg, when are you going to start wearing flipflop shorts?'”
He also has a message for the NFL and all athletes who want to continue to wear the flop and flip floping in the future.
“Don’t say you don (think it’s okay), you said it,” Olsen said to Mike and Joe.
“If you don`t think it`s the right look, wear flip boots.
Wear flip flippers.
Wear anything you want to be out there playing and competing.
Just be out in the open.”
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