The NFL is known for its obsession with French cuisine.
Its official logo is a yellow, orange and black French flag with a white triangle above it.
It is an homage to the city of Paris, which was the site of the French Revolution and is still remembered as the “City of Lights.”
But the NFL also has an obsession with other cuisines from around the world, including Italian, Indian, Indian and Chinese cuisine.
The NFL’s French food obsession was first noticed when it came to the 2018 NFL draft.
It was reported that some teams were upset with the NFL’s selection of Alabama offensive tackle Jake Matthews over Oregon offensive tackle Joe Dahl because of their relationship with French people.
The draft itself, in which all 16 picks were chosen, was an interesting event for the NFL, with many players going out of their way to avoid speaking French to reporters.
There were also reports of a group of French athletes going on a “bizarre” mission to try and reach out to the NFL after the draft.
A group of five French players went out to Los Angeles to meet with NFL teams.
“This is a real opportunity,” a team representative told the team.
“We can learn something from each other, how to communicate, what to do.
We can meet the NFL.”
The players were able to connect with some of the NFLs executives.
The five players were not the only ones to meet and talk with the players and coaches of the league.
Some of the players even shared their experiences with the league on social media, including quarterback Dak Prescott, who has a large French fan base.
The three players who made it to the meeting were not happy with the outcome.
Prescott tweeted that the NFL did not make the right choice with the selection.
“NFL does not make a good decision for my career,” he wrote.
“I am proud of the team and the players that I have played for, but I will always love this city and the people of Paris.”
This is not the first time the NFL has taken a French hit.
In 2016, the league was criticized for not taking a French player seriously enough.
The commissioner also claimed that the draft was a “drama” and not a real decision-making process.
The next year, the NFL made another big change.
The team announced that it would no longer have a French language section on the official website, which is why Prescott had to speak English.
In 2019, the teams website and Twitter account were taken down by the NFL.
The 2018 draft also received backlash for having a French theme.
While there was a lot of praise for Dak Prescott for the offensive line, it was the defense that had the most backlash, with defensive tackle Sheldon Rankins taking to Twitter to complain about the fact that he had to watch a video of a French film and not be able to speak it.
The players themselves have also come under fire for their English.
Prescott was also the target of criticism after it was revealed that he was paid to speak French on his official NFL Twitter account.
“My French is good, but if you can’t do that, you should not be an NFL player,” he said.
The most famous example of the game’s obsession with the French language came when former Ravens linebacker Chris Borland made a video for the team of his journey from Paris to Baltimore.
“When I was a rookie in 2003, I traveled from Paris, Paris, France to Baltimore, where I started my career with the Ravens,” he tweeted.
“It’s like a big family.
I’m very proud of that experience.
I love this place, the people, the food, the fans.”