NFL players continued to protest during the national anthem prior to Sunday’s early games, according to the Associated Press.
— Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters and Tennessee Titans receiver Rishard Matthews stayed off the field until the national anthem ended. Three other Titans players raised their fists after the national anthem ended.
— Los Angeles Rams linebacker Robert Quinn raised his fist during the anthem prior to his team’s game.
— Miami Dolphins players Kenny Stills and Michael Thomas kneeled during the anthem prior to their game.
— Several New Orleans Saints players took a knee before the anthem, but stood once the song began.
NFL fans continue to lash out against the league, calling for boycotts on social media. Meanwhile, more than 20,000 I STAND FOR MY FLAG bumper stickers have been distributed by DML News this year. Gets your by clicking here.
In a letter to fans, Baltimore Ravens president Dick Cass blamed the protests for lower attendance than usual this season.
Hey @NFL players when you take a knee today, here is a stark reminder why TRUE #patriots 🇺🇸 ALWAYS stand for the anthem. Try showing some well deserved respect for those real men and women who have earned the title 'hero'! 🚫 #BoycottNFL 🚫 pic.twitter.com/nGpbZCggjb
— ☣️ Military_First ☣️ (@Military_First) December 24, 2017
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