Kids couldn’t wait to showoff their high-end jerseys, but will not be able to at all now
Arncliffe, NSW -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/10/2012 -- The Mile-High City Broncos' future Hall of Fame quarterback, Peyton Manning, could also be the toast of Colorado because the team prepares for its season opener. Still, the students within the Greeley-Evans territorial division are not able to wear his jersey to show their support.
For many years now, the district has a strict and obligatory codification that disallows students from sporting clothing that could be associated to any degree with the gangs roaming the city streets.
The issue has not been a problem till this year when the Broncos signed Manning, who has worn number 18 throughout his NFL career. Although the number is linked with one of the gangs, NFLShop.com reports it as the most common jersey number within the country.
A primary school student was recently told to stop sporting Manning's jersey since it was illegal. His mother appealed to a Mile-High City station in protest. Its purpose, as claimed by Fiedler, was to attenuate gang activity at college. When they were inactive in March of 2011, the 5 were known as leaders of the 60-member gang and the defendants involved in criminal activities, coupled with felony, witness intimidation and theft. Their sentences ranged from eight to 40-plus years in jail.
The street gang named 18 remains a menace to the populace, but still Manning is sporting Broncos colors and his jersey is more common than the other players’ jersey, causing the district officials to rethink its ban on the jersey.
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