When the NFL says “you’re fired,” it means you’re gone for good
FERDINAND ISAACO / Reuters Sportsman’s paradise: a day at the beach and a day out in the sun at the Pampas, a beachfront hotel overlooking the city of Cancun.
The resort is a popular spot for vacationers in the Caribbean, a land that has produced some of the most talented athletes in the world.
But now, amid the NFL lockout, the resort has been left in the dark.
This is not the first time Pampahas has been put in this position.
In 2015, the owners of Pampá, the country’s second-largest resort, pulled out of the deal, saying they couldn’t afford the cost of maintaining the resort.
Now, in 2017, they say they have no choice but to end the deal.
The owners of Cagayan de Oro, the third-largest Pampanas resort, said they will have to shutter the resort because of the NFL strike.
The hotel’s owners said they could not afford the costs of keeping the resort open because of NFL contracts.
But they said they would continue to work to maintain the resort, and the owners also said that if the league didn’t extend its contracts, they would be forced to shutter it.
This was not the only time the owners have been forced to shut down their resorts, with a handful of resorts shut down during the NFL’s strike.
Some resorts have already closed, and others have shuttered temporarily.
The Pampagas is the largest resort in Cancún, and is known for its luxurious suites.
The hotels are known for their high-end, exclusive services, like private jets, pool parties and resort packages.
The owner of the Pamps, who asked that his name not be used for fear of repercussions, said that in 2016, the hotel had a profit of $1.5 million.
The other resorts in the resort were struggling, so he thought they could do better.
The only thing that was left for him to do was to close the resort and sell the hotel.
He said that while he was busy working, his daughter and son-in-law were working at the resort on construction.
When the lockout ended, his company couldn’t keep up with the demands of the league.
“We were not able to keep up,” said the owner.
“I was told that if I didn’t close, I would be fired.”
In March, the owner announced that he would close the Pamsa resort and start a new one with a bigger resort.
But a few months later, the company said that they had not been able to find the right partner for the resort to keep operating.
That’s when the owners decided to make the announcement public.
That announcement came on the eve of the first game of the 2018 season between the San Francisco 49ers and the New Orleans Saints.
The NFL was set to host its annual “Week 2” football game, a special event when teams can use their bye week to play their opponents.
The San Francisco game was scheduled to be played at a different time.
It was the first of three games that day.
The league was scheduled, as usual, to start the game with a short break.
But in a twist of fate, the 49ers announced that they would play their final preseason game of 2017, which was to be the San Diego Chargers.
On Saturday, May 14, the first kickoff of the season, the San Jose 49ers faced the San Antonio Chargers at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
After scoring a touchdown on a 52-yard field goal in the first quarter, the Chargers scored the next two points in the third quarter.
The Chargers went on to win, 23-20, and take home the game.
But after the game, the NFL announced that the San Joaquin Valley was closed for the week and all NFL games would be held in the city.
With the league’s sudden announcement, the entire San Francisco Bay Area was left without an NFL team.
The first team that was added was the San Mateo Chargers, a team based in Oakland, California, which had previously played in the Alameda-San Mateo area.
The new team was known as the Oakland Raiders, and was led by Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis, who is now a member of the U.S. Senate.
“The NFL has had a rough year,” said Davis, a Democrat who represents Oakland.
“It’s been a tough year.
And the players have been suffering.
The players have felt betrayed.
It’s been disappointing.”
Davis said that since the start of the lockout, he has had to hire about 500 additional workers and make repairs to his team’s facilities.
“In order to stay here, we’ve had to have our facilities inspected and we’ve also had to make a lot of improvements to our training facilities, our equipment and the way we train,” Davis