Papa John’s CEO out following comments about NFL players, anthem

bengals_037Papa John’s founder John Schnatter will no longer be the company’s CEO, the pizza company announced Thursday.

Schnatter caused quite a stir in November when he criticized the NFL, saying anthem protests hurt sales. Papa John’s is the official pizza of the NFL, with scheduled commercial time slots during games. The league has promised Papa John’s additional slots for next year, but Schnatter wasn’t happy.

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“I’m not really going to talk about it,” Elliott said, per the Dallas Morning News. “It’s behind me. I’m just trying to start a new page, a new chapter. I’m going to thank this Cowboys organization for being behind me. Thank my family, my team and my friends for just supporting me through that time and especially the Cowboys fans who have stuck by me through this tough time and haven’t lost faith in me.

“But I’m not talking about it anymore. This is going to be the last time you hear me speak about it, so please don’t even ask me about it.”

That’s about as good as it got for the reporters around Elliott’s locker on Wednesday.

When pressed about the documentary about him filmed during his time away, Elliott suggested reporters watch it themselves to hear its message, whenever it comes out. When probed further about his conditioning, he channeled the head coach of the Patriots: “I’m ready to talk about the Seattle Seahawks (Dallas’ next opponent). I’m ready to talk about the Dallas Cowboys.”

A few questions later, Elliott cut the interview session short.

Guess we’ll have to wait until Sunday to find out more.

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