These are the words of a billionaire owner of an NFL franchise, the words of the most (or second most behind Jerry Jones) influential owner in the league, the man whose team is led by a 41-year-old quarterback and a backup who probably isn’t even good enough to be fourth-string:
In case you missed it, during the playing of the national anthem before the Dallas Cowboys vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game on Sunday in Texas, a man yelled about the need to support Republican candidates in the midterms, as well as about stopping abortion.
Colin Kaepernick was set to work out with the Seattle Seahawks this week, but team officials decided to “postpone” (read: cancel) the trip after Kaepernick would not commit to stopping his protest during the national anthem against the killings of unarmed black men, women and children by police.
If you don’t believe that former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being whiteballed by the NFL, then look no farther than Eric Reid. While there have been questions about Kaepernick’s style of play not fitting with different teams, there have been no questions about Reid’s ability to play football. In…
ESPN sports commentator Sage Steele is looking like she might be in the All Lives Matter camp. On Sunday, Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans took a knee during the national anthem to protest Donald Trump’s winning the presidency.
Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, arguably the second-most-visible NFL protester aside from Colin Kaepernick, has decided to stand during the national anthem.
The Indianapolis Colts released cornerback Antonio Cromartie last month, and his wife says she thinks she knows why: his protest during the national anthem. Terricka Cason Cromartie took to Instagram to respond to Colts owner Jim Irsay’s comments that NFL games aren't the place for protest.
On Saturday, three University of Nebraska football players took a knee during the national anthem to protest injustices by police against African Americans.
San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick will give $100,000 a month to 10 organizations over the next 10 months. Kaepernick added that while the organizations have not been determined, a website will be set up so that the public can track how the donations will be spent.
The Broward County, Fla., sheriff’s union said that the sheriff's office should no longer escort Miami Dolphins to games until all members stand up for the national anthem.