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Saturday, September 10, 2016

Seahawks players may expand national anthem protest Sunday vs Dolphins

RENTON -- The Seattle Seahawks hope to make a statement in their season-opening matchup versus the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

But some of the players might make a statement before the game even starts.

Following protests by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and Seattle cornerback Jeremy Lane, members of the Seahawks might join together to address the issues that motivated Kaepernick to first sit, then kneel during the playing of the national anthem.

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Supreme Court bound,sure as you are born,especially when their salary is at stake.Those people live up to every cent they make,

Anonymous said...

Good way to divide America more.

Anonymous said...

It's time for the media to stop reporting or showing any images of these players.

Anonymous said...

They are being paid to play the game. Personal crap should be done on their own time. They will get enough money "under the table" to make it profitable, just like the hired thugs.

Anonymous said...

Won't be watching!

Anonymous said...

Don't attend games. Don't watch on tv. Don't buy jersey etc.. Then we will see what happens with the NFL and other sports. Target knows very well what happens. Love it or Leave it.