Kam Chancellor: If my body says I can play, I’m playing

Questions continue to linger about Kam Chancellor ‘s future after he suffered a career-threatening neck injury last season.

If Chancellor can’t continue playing, Bradley McDougald is projected to start alongside Earl Thomas in Seattle’s remade defense.

Hide your lunch money, NFL. It’s going to be another long and painful year. The suffering won’t stop until Trump wants it to stop. Sorry! You should have known better.

Jerry Brewer is a sports columnist at The Washington Post. He joined The Post in 2015 after more than eight years as a columnist with the Seattle Times. Follow @JerryBrewer

Former Houston Texans cheerleaders detail alleged mistreatment by team

Four of the five former Houston Texans cheerleaders who filed a lawsuit Friday against the team spoke out in appearances Monday on NBC. They described a workplace in which they were underpaid or, at times, not paid at all for work they did, not given adequate protection from aggressive fans and subjected to intimidation and body-shaming.

Of the five, only Morgan Weiderhold was absent, with Kelly Neuner, Ainsley Parish, Ashley Rodriguez and Hannah Turnbow detailing their experiences in interviews on the Today show and NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt. They were accompanied by their attorney, Gloria Allred, who also led them to the NFL’s Manhattan headquarters, where she presented a letter to be given to Commissioner Roger Goodell, demanding that cheerleaders stop being exploited and mistreated solely because they are women.

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