- Published: Monday, 10 September 2018 11:27
- Written by Super User
ESPN asks NFL players which teams they would LEAST like to play for in the league. The athletes have good reasons for wanting to play for some teams and not wanting to play for others.
State tax rates can affect these preferences, as can the local weather and the media market. Big cities offer more advantages to being famous. Also, players don’t want to play on bad teams – or teams run by bad management teams.
So, the question ESPN posed to the players was this… “The only way I’d play for _____ is if they doubled my salary.”
Here’s a rundown of the top five teams the players listed:
5.Green Bay Packers – 6 percent: While the team wins, the cold weather and tiny town atmosphere turns lots of players off. Click Read More
First - A preschooler’s emotional world is reminiscent of Frozen heroine Elsa’s internal struggle: Her emotions are strong, passionate
Second - preschoolers’ imaginations can make the world a wondrous place filled with the possibility of excitement and adventure.
Thirdly,- Elsa has a genuine connection with her sister, Anna.
Finally - The sing-along music seals the deal. Maryam’s 4-year-old daughter and her friends love to sing the anthem “Let it Go,”
Stay safe this holiday season with LifeRide!
LifeRide runs every night from 5pm-3am from now thru January 1st. Don't drink & drive, call LifeRide!
LifeRide is service of: Budweiser: Responsibility Matters, Ganley, NECA/I.B.E.W,
the Health Plan & Akron General Health System and 94.9 WQMX.
*No home or office parties, cab takes rider home only, riders needs ID.