L.A. Rams lose to St. Louis Rams 6-3

L.A. Rams lose to St. Louis Rams 6-3

L.G. Patterson scores a touchdown in the fourth quarter against the St. L Louis Rams on October 3, 2016 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

(Photo: Michael Macor, USA TODAY Sports)L.A.-based FOX Sports, the flagship of the NFL’s NFL Network, is among the owners to publicly condemn the Rams and NFL Players Association for what it described as “the latest in a string of recent offensive attacks” against the NFL, including the recent arrest of an NFL player.

In a statement, the network said, “Fox Sports is disturbed by reports that have surfaced indicating that some NFL players were arrested for assaulting a police officer.

We have no evidence to support these claims, and we condemn the actions of any NFL player or employee who engages in any form of misconduct, whether in the NFL or any other sport.

We hope this issue will be addressed with league discipline.”

In a separate statement, FOX Sports said, The NFL has a long and proud history of fostering inclusive environments in its teams, communities and workplaces.

We also value the players who play for our teams and we will continue to support them in their pursuit of a successful NFL career.

“The network added, Fox will continue our support of the teams and players who are fighting for equality and fair treatment in our society.

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