With the season just around the corner, the NFL Network is hosting a special episode of “guesthost jeopardy” for the first time ever, a new episode of which is scheduled to air tonight on the network.
The episode features a cast of guest hosts who have all been suspended from the league.
The hosts range from former and current NFL players to former NFL coaches and analysts.
The latest guest host is former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who was recently suspended for the entire season for protesting racial injustice in the NFL.
Kaepernick was suspended by the league for the duration of the season for kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality against African-Americans.
On the episode, the hosts discuss how they have been impacted by the suspensions.
The most notable guest hosts on the episode are former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Jason Campbell, who has been suspended indefinitely, and former San Diego Chargers offensive lineman Matt Barrows.
Both Campbell and Barrows were suspended last season for racial profiling and violent conduct.
Both of the hosts on this episode have received suspension notices, and they both have been removed from their positions as hosts of “host jeopardy.”
Campbell, however, was allowed to remain on the show, and he said on “The Late Show” last night that he “is fine and everything.”
Campbell was one of the most popular hosts of host jeopardy, but he said the suspension was a “disappointing” move by the NFL and that he will continue to host the show.
“The fact that I’m not allowed to continue is not surprising,” Campbell said.
“I think we’ve all been through a period where people have been looking for something different.”
The hosts discuss why they’ve decided to speak out, and also share their thoughts on the NFL’s decision to suspend Kaepernick for the rest of the year.
One of the guests on “host danger” is former New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, who is suspended for six games for his role in the Saints’ bounty scandal.
Brees is one of many NFL players who have voiced their support for Kaepernick and the Black Lives Matter movement.
Brees said on CBS’ “60 Minutes” in January that the NFL should “get serious” and allow Kaepernick to play, but that the league should be careful to avoid a situation where players feel “harassed or intimidated” by the players.
“That’s what we saw in the past,” Brees said.
“[NFL commissioner Roger Goodell] has said that he believes players should be free to express themselves and that we need to allow that.
We don’t need to be in that position.”