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Newton started chuckling to himself before she was finished with her question.
He then said, "It's funny to hear a female talk about routes.
The Georgia police officer who was captured on camera telling a woman during a traffic stop that law enforcement personnel “only kill black people” says he’ll retire amid the backlash. Greg Abbott announced his intent to leave the Cobb County Police Department on Thursday, after his superiors told him he would be fired, according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
It is unclear whether officials would accept Abbott’s resignation or follow through with their plan to terminate him.
It's not as if she's the only person in the press pool who didn't play football.
Rodrigue, predictably, did not find the situation funny in the slightest.
With nearly 30 years of government service, the distinction could have a profound affect on his retirement benefits.
Spokespersons for the police department did not immediately respond to a message from The Washington Post.
Abbott’s attorney, Lance Lo Russo, said Abbott is fully cooperating.
The Carolina Panthers quarterback exhibited blatant sexism in his response to a reporter's question during his weekly press session.
Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer asked Newton this question: "I know you take a lot of pride in seeing your receivers play well.
A Panthers spokesman issued the following statement, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport: "I have spoken with Jourdan and Cam and I know they had a conversation where he expressed regret for using those words.
We strive as a department to make the environment for media comfortable for everyone covering the team." That directly contradicts Rodrigue's account of what happened after the press conference, as she said in a statement (also released through Rapoport) that Newton did not apologize.