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2 Former NFL Players Choose Policing as Second Career

Officer Isaac Sowells spent three seasons with the Cleveland Browns, playing 17 games at guard. Officer Jason Hilliard played with the New York Giants, competing in two games at the position of offensive tackle.

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NFL Players Visit Police Academy as Part of National Police Week

Patrick Mahomes—along with quarterbacks Chad Henne and Chase Litton—were shown numerous pieces of equipment and givena demonstration on some of the tactics police use to keep the community safe.

National FOP Sends Letter of Thanks to Verizon for Super Bowl Ad Honoring Responders

The letter—which was posted to Facebook—began, "On behalf of the members of the Fraternal Order of Police, I want to express my most sincere thanks to you and Verizon for honoring our nation's law enforcement officers and other first responders in Verizon's Super Bowl LIII commercial."

Atlanta Police Prepared for Super Bowl Sunday

According to CBS News, a hard security perimeter of roughly a quarter mile will surround the stadium where 13 of the 15 official NFL events will take place, and the city will be the center of a 30-mile no-fly zone around the stadium. An undisclosed number of F-16 fighter aircraft will intercept any aircraft encroaching that airspace with instructions to keep the offending aircraft from nearing the event.

Americans Support Police Well Beyond National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

It's easy to look at the landscape of public opinion in America and come to the conclusion that the majority of people in the United States despise the police. However, the vitriolic anti-police sentiment demonstrated by a small number of the public, the press, and the political class is not an accurate reflection of how the majority of Americans feel about their law enforcement officers.

NFL Team Honors Deputies who Rescued 96-Year-Old Woman from Wildfire

Two reserve deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department were honored on Sunday prior to the contest between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Cincinnati Bengals of the NFL.

NFL Player Protesting Police During Anthem Goes on "Eye-Opening" Ride-Along

"When you're actually in the situation and they call you to a certain situation and you have to go, I'm like, 'Wait, wait, wait. Where are we going? I'm not going to stop a fight right now. I'm in the car,'" Crawford said. "It's more real life when you have to go into those situations and everybody is walking around you saying, 'F the police,' and stuff like that."

NFL Quarterback Charged with Nearly Striking Traffic Enforcement Officer

New York Football Giants backup quarterback Kyle Lauletta has been arrested for nearly striking an officer directing traffic in Weehawken, NJ.

NFL Fans in Idaho Host "Corn Hole" Fundraiser for "Shop with a Cop" Event

The Boise Treasure Valley SeaHawkers Booster Club held an event on Sunday to raise money for Ada County's "Shop with a Cop" program.

NFL Quarterback Awards Grant for K-9 Unit to Kentucky Police Department

"With the K-9 Unit, the Villa Hills Police Department can provide the utmost level of law enforcement protection to its citizens and strive to meet its motto of 'Continuing Excellence'," said Villa Hills Police Sergeant Matthew Hall, said in a statement on BigBen7.com.