Who Is Being Told To Stick To Sports Today?

It's a contentious election season, which means that sports people are occasionally sharing their thoughts on things unrelated to sports. Why would they do such a thing? This is America! You stay in your lane here, pal. A roundup:

Name: Arian Foster
Occupation: Running back, Houston Texans
Crime: Sharing some observations on Barack Obama
Complaint:

Name: @NotBillWalton
Occupation: Parody Twitter account
Crime: Commenting on the quality of Fox News (burn!)
Complaint:

Name: Michael Vick
Occupation: Quarterback, Philadelphia Eagles
Crime: Posting a "viral video" of Mitt Romney
Complaint:

Name: Rick Fox
Occupation: Retired NBA player
Crime: Tweeted his thoughts on Barack Obama
Complaint:

Name: Jason Whitlock
Occupation: Columnist
Crime: Mentioned his interest in a presidential debate
Complaint:

Name: Ari Fleischer
Occupation: Media consultant
Crime: Unknown
Complaint:

Name: Jim Rome
Occupation: Sports personality
Crime: Talked about smartphones
Complaint:

Name: Chuck Todd
Occupation: Chief White House Correspondent, NBC News
Crime: Unknown
Complaint:

Name: Television at Buffalo Wild Wings
Occupation: Television at Buffalo Wild Wings
Crime: Displayed a presidential debate
Complaint: