The NFL continues to be a national disgrace as the protests continued to continue on Sunday.
According to the Associated Press, at least 15 players were involved in some level of protest.
In a game versus the Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers safety Eric Reid, linebacker Eli Harold and receiver Marquise Goodwin kneeled during the anthem.
Reportedly, six active players and at least one inactive player for the Seattle Seahawks sat for the anthem. The Seahawks played the Washington Redskins. The majority of the Seahawks defensive line has been sitting during the anthem for most of the season. Newly acquired left tackle Duane Brown knelt.
Philadelphia Eagles safeties Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod raised their fists during the anthem. Defensive end Chris Long put an arm on Jenkins. Giants injured defensive end Oliver Vernon took a knee.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews stayed off the field during the anthem.
The backlash against the NFL is at a fever pitch, as more Americans are rejecting the league each week. Stadium attendance is lower than usual, and the television ratings on Sundays are down in double digit numbers.
Earlier today, DML News reported that legendary sportscaster, Vin Scully announced he will never watch another NFL game for as long as the protests continue. See video.
DML News, in partnership with DennisMichaelLynch.com, has been actively pushing back against the NFL by promoting a bumper sticker campaign. More than 20,000 Americans now have “I Stand For My Flag” bumper sticker.
CEO Dennis Michael Lynch has taken a personal interest in the protests, calling many of the advertisers and sponsors to complain about them standing with the NFL. He has also called on his readers and viewers to avoid watching the games. You can buy a bumper sticker by clicking here.
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