“The National Football League has implemented a new stadium policy that would ban off-duty police officers from carrying guns into games,” dfw.cbslocal.com reports. “According to the NFL memo, ‘off-duty officers who attempt to bring firearms into an NFL facility will be denied entry.’ But a Texas state law overrides the NFL policy. As long as officers attending the game check in at a specific gate and inform Security where they are sitting – they can have their gun.” So . . . Texas carry law trumps NFL gun ban policy. I wonder if there are any other states where the same is true, which have chosen to capitulate to the almighty dollar. I mean, NFL. I also wonder if any state has the cojones to say “Our taxpayers helped fund this stadium. They have the right to keep and bear arms. That right doesn’t end at the stadium doors.” I doubt it [see: $ above]. “The NFL says there are enough security personnel at stadiums to handle problems without needing armed off-duty police.” Or on-duty armed citizens, apparently.