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Eric Reid

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.

AP Mark Tenally

Redskins Beat Giants 20-10 in Turkey of a Thanksgiving Game

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Kirk Cousins threw two touchdown passes to compensate for a pick-6, and the Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 20-10 on Thursday night on a drab field in a drab game between two injury-depleted teams that did not look ready for prime time.

AP Mark Lennihan

‘Monday Night Football’ Ratings Crash, As Fans Continue to Bail on the NFL and ESPN

The NFL chose to embrace the anthem protests, of players who sought to use the league’s national stage to disgrace the flag and the country. The NFL also chose to take the players side against the leader of the free world, when he rightfully called those players out. As a result, it appears the league may have done irreparable harm to its brand.

A member of the Washington Redskins maintenance staff takes down an inflatable helmet with the Washington Redskins logo on it as the Redskins play the Chicago Bears at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland on October 20, 2013. The team has filed brief with the Supreme Court seeking the return of …

Supreme Court Ruling Directly Affects Washington Redskins Team Name Controversy

As the U.S. Supreme Court continues to announce its decisions for its most recent session, the high court affirmed that Americans could trademark names even if they are “offensive” to some. The decision clears the way for the Washington Redskins to beat back claims that its name should not be allowed trademark status because some left-wingers are “offended” by it.

Kirk Cousins

Redskins Lose Control of Playoff Hopes with Loss to Panthers

LANDOVER, Md. (AP) — Kirk Cousins threw an interception and fumbled near his goal line as the Washington Redskins coughed up their easiest path to the playoffs with a 26-15 loss to the defending NFC champion Carolina Panthers on Monday night.