Tag: National Anthem Protest

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Nolte: NFL Players Want ‘Special Rights’ No One Else Has to Protest Flag on the Job

Raise your hand if you do not work for the NFL and are allowed to express yourself in whatever way you please while you are on the job. Speak up if your employer allows you to protest and politick in front of the customers. Take one step forward if you can say whatever you want in front of your company’s clients while on the clock…

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Rubio: Kaepernick Should Still Be in the NFL

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) believes quarterback Colin Kaepernick is still deserving of being in the NFL. Based on talent alone, Rubio told TMZ Sports, “[T]here aren’t 63 better quarterbacks in the world,” which would leave the free agent with at least a backup

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Seven NFL Players Protest During Week 12 Early Games

The protest count for the NFL’s early games is going in the wrong direction. Last week, five NFL players protested during the playing of the national anthem during the league’s early slate of action.

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Protesters Kneel Outside AT&T Stadium During National Anthem

Per Star-Telegram, a group of around 300 protesters took a knee Sunday outside AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys, to protest racial injustice in the United States. A group called the Coalition for Justice, led by pastor Dr. Frederick Douglass

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FS1’s Whitlock: The NFL Isn’t the Platform for Players to Protest

In a Monday appearance on Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Fox Sports 1 personality Jason Whitlock praised Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones for his statement that anybody who kneels for the national anthem “won’t play.” “It is long past