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From: No Such Thing As African American <chumps@nflpa.org>
Subject: All the NFL niggers who continue disrespecting the USA.
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From: "No Such Thing As African American" <chumps@nflpa.org>
Subject: All the NFL niggers who continue disrespecting the USA.
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Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2017 02:21:33 +0100 (CET)
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Oakland Raiders: Marshawn Lynch, who has remained seated during 
the national anthem all season, was standing at the beginning of 
the Star Spangled Banner in Mexico City before taking a seat a 
few bars in. Lynch did, though, stand for the duration of the 
Mexican national anthem. Lynch has not said why he has remained 
seated during the national anthem. He wore a T-shirt before the 
team's Week 4 game that read, "EVERYBODY -VS- TRUMP." -- Paul 
Gutierrez

New York Giants: Olivier Vernon continued to be the only Giants 
player to protest. He knelt during the anthem before Sunday's 
game against the Chiefs, his second game back after missing four 
games with an ankle injury. He has done so at every game since 
Week 3 in Philadelphia. -- Jordan Raanan

Kansas City Chiefs: Cornerback Marcus Peters came out of the 
tunnel after the national anthem was over before the Chiefs' 
game against the Giants. This was the third game in a row he has 
done this. Peters had previously sat on a bench on the sideline 
for the anthem this season. -- Adam Teicher

Miami Dolphins: Wide receiver Kenny Stills, safety Michael 
Thomas and tight end Julius Thomas took a knee on the field 
during the national anthem before the Dolphins' game against the 
Bucs. The trio previously stayed in the locker room for the 
anthem against the Jets in Week 8, but they knelt in Week 9 as 
well. Dolphins coach Adam Gase had established a team rule 
requiring players to either stand for the anthem or stay in the 
tunnel, but Gase recently told players that if they wanted to 
come out and kneel, they could do it, and they won't be punished 
for it. -- James Walker

Los Angeles Rams: Outside linebacker Robert Quinn put his right 
fist in the air during the national anthem before the Rams' game 
at Minnesota. Punter Johnny Hekker put his arm around Quinn as a 
show of support. Running back Todd Gurley and wide receiver 
Tavon Austin linked arms. No Rams players knelt. -- Alden 
Gonzalez

New Orleans Saints: Most of the Saints' players briefly knelt in 
unity before the national anthem against the Redskins, as they 
have done in their past six games. They then all stood during 
the anthem, with some players and coaches locking arms. -- Mike 
Triplett

Tennessee Titans: Wide receiver Rishard Matthews remained inside 
the locker room alone during the national anthem on Thursday for 
the sixth time this season. Matthews participated in the anthem 
before the Titans' game in Week 10, as the league celebrated 
Veterans Day weekend by honoring the military. The rest of the 
Titans stood on the field. -- Cameron Wolfe

http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/257989/nfl-players-
who-protested-during-national-anthem-in-week-11

Honorable mention to the San Fransicko 49ers, who first planted 
this seed of sedition by hiring black Berkeley blatant racist 
Harry Edwards, then allowing this un-American cancer to begin 
growing while doing nothing about it.

America keep doing your part and putting the NFL out of business.