Hill's latest violation of the policy was a tweet over the weekend calling to boycott Cowboys advertisers after team owner Jerry Jones said he would bench any player that knelt during the anthem.
ESPN's Jemele Hill is back at again. I am proud of her for being out spoken but I fear she may be playing with fire. She has been very bold with her tweets as of late. We all remember the one when she called Trump a White supremacist and rightfully so. ESPN did not discipline her for that tweet but she did go on social media and let it be known that she was speaking on her own and that her statement did not represent the company.
Now Hill is in hot water. This time she has been suspended for her second violation of the company's social media policy.
On Sunday she tweeted that people should boycott Jerry Jones's advertisers, after Jones threatened to bench any player that knelt during the anthem.
VICTOR J MORROW