NFL Players Were ‘at It Again’ Kneeling for Anthem in First Preseason Games — Trump Let Them Have It

In their first preseason games, National Football League (NFL) players were “at it again” in their protests, and President Donald Trump renewed his disapproval over it.

“Find another way to protest. Stand proudly for your National Anthem or be Suspended Without Pay!” Trump said in his tweet following the first preseason games.

Miami Dolphins wide receivers, Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson, protested. As Wilson joined Stills on the bench, their teammates lined up. The two then took a knee during the national anthem, the Sun-Sentinel reported.

Dolphins defensive end, Robert Quinn, raised his fist for “unity” during the national anthem.

Philadelphia Eagles safety, Malcolm Jenkins, along with cornerback, De’Vante Bausby, also raised their fists during the song, The New York Times reported.

Meanwhile, four players on the Jacksonville Jaguars remained in the tunnel during the national anthem.

Trump has opposed this NFL protest previously and continues to do so saying, “they shouldn’t be in the country,” talking about those who refuse to “stand proudly.”

Earlier this year, the NFL announced a ban to fine those who wouldn’t stand or chose to wait in the locker room during the national anthem, but it has since been put on hold.

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