The Kaepernick workout waiver had the player in question warranting that he "has no known mental, emotional, or physical disabilities, injuries, or issues," which definitely counts as mental health language.
The Nationals posted a photo of the new "Natitude" sandwich on their PR site on Sept. 28, 2017. Darren Rovell claimed it as an "exclusive" on Oct. 6, and the team got mad at local TV reporter Brody Logan for posting a photo that interfered with Rovell's "sandwich exclusive."
"He hasn’t even thrown a pass yet, and he’s already focused on marrying a woman he’s known for a few months. Seems a bit quick. If I was the Browns general manager or head coach, I wouldn’t be loving this at all. I want Mayfield focused on slinging touchdowns."