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Eric Reid Dedicated His Cleats to Colin Kaepernick

The Carolina Panthers Eric Reid, one of the few remaining NFL players still protesting during the national anthem, wore cleats celebrating Colin Kaepernick on Monday Night Football.

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Anthem Protester Eric Reid Fined for Hit to Ben Roethlisberger’s Head

When Eric Reid launched joined Colin Kaepernick in his anthem protests, many football fans suspected that the LSU product would one day be fined by the league. Though, most of those fans likely thought he would be fined for protesting before he got fined for an illegal hit.

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Eric Reid Ejected for Hit on Ben Roethlisberger

Carolina safety Eric Reid, one of the NFL’s last remaining anthem-kneelers, was ejected from Thursday night’s Steelers win over the Panthers for an illegal hit to the head of Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger.

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Reid Continues Anthem Protest in Nation’s Capital

Panthers safety Eric Reid was the first player to join Colin Kaepernick in 2016, when the latter began kneeling for the national anthem. Now, with Kaepernick out of the league, Reid is continuing the protest begun by Kaepernick.

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Eric Reid: Kaepernick ‘Robbed’ of Dream to Play Again

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Eric Reid called his return to the NFL on Sunday “bittersweet,” saying it still hurts that his friend Colin Kaepernick has been “robbed” of his dream to play again in the NFL.

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Eric Reid Continues Anthem Protest in Panthers Debut

Former 49er Eric Reid was the first player to join Colin Kaepernick in his anthem protests, during the 2016 season. After a long layoff, many wondered whether Reid would continue those protests in his debut with the Carolina Panthers.

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Carolina Panthers Sign Anthem-Protester Eric Reid

One down, one to go. Safety Eric Reid, one of two players bringing a collusion case against the NFL, has signed with the Carolina Panthers. The other player in the suit is free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

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Panthers Sold in Record $2.2 Billion Deal

Los Angeles (AFP) – Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper has reached an agreement to buy the Carolina Panthers for a reported $2.2 billion, the highest amount ever paid for an NFL franchise, the team announced on Wednesday.