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Long Island traffic ticket-writer Chris Breen wrote a post on his blog explaining why he missed his game with the Green Bay Packers because he couldn’t catch a game-time flight to Denver.
Breen missed the game because of an illness that required him to be hospitalized for two weeks.
The reason he missed the Packers game, according to his blog, is because of a “travel restriction” that prevented him from catching a flight to the Denver airport.
Breen posted a photo of himself holding up a green ticket with his signature on it.
“The worst part of the whole ordeal was being a reporter,” Breen said in an interview with the New York Post.
“I would have loved to be able to go out there and be able catch a plane with my family, but there was a flight restriction.
I could have gone there and picked up a flight ticket and that’s it.
It was frustrating and stressful.”
In the post, Breen also wrote that he and his wife were both told that he wouldn’t be able “to travel and not get sick.”
Breen has been working in sports media since 2011 and is an avid sports fan and avid sports writer.
He has written a number of sports-related columns for the New England Patriots and New York Jets.
Brees’ comments on the travel restrictions are not unique to his position.
Some other NFL reporters have been missing games because they couldn’t get a flight.
In an email to Recode, a source close to the league told Recode the NFL has a travel restriction for players that prevents them from traveling and cannot be changed at any time.
“As a reporter, the travel restriction is one of the worst things you can do,” said the source, who was not authorized to speak on the record about the league’s internal policy.
“It makes no sense.
Players are going to miss games and that is not acceptable.”NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy declined to comment.