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Eagles’ Jenkins: NFL owners declined meeting with players

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Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins, one of the founders of The Players Coalition, said the next proposed meeting between the owners and players to discuss social justice initiatives has been canceled. “The league didn’t accept our invitation,” Jenkins said Sunday. NFL players proposed

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