Joined: 25 Jul 2018
|Airports can be hectic , busy, stressful places. (Iím sitting in one as I type this.) People can be loud and rude , caught in a universe that extends from their faces to their phone screens with no regard or sensitivity to anything else that is happening.
Thatís what makes the recent news of random acts of airport kindness from Packers running back Aaron Jones and Cardinals tight end Jermaine Gresham even more worthy of praise. They both had turned off the obvlious-to-the-world force field in which so many of us reside when traveling, and they performed simple gestures that meant little to them but much to the people who benefited from their good deeds.
Itís something we all should try to emulate , especially when in a hectic, busy , stressful place like an airport. And itís something that should be celebrated whenever it happens.
The Panthers have announced that defensive backs coach Curtis Fuller resigned following an investigation into complaints of inappropriate conduct.
Panthers spokesman Steve Drummond released a statement Friday that said "after approaching Coach Fuller with the findings of an investigation into complaints of inappropriate conduct, we accepted his resignation."
The 39-year-old Fuller joined the Panthers in 2013 as a coaching assistant after playing in the NFL.
He took over the secondary before the 2017 season.
The team has not yet named a replacement.
The move comes with Panthers owner Jerry Richardson still under investigation by the NFL for and racial misconduct in the workplace.