The NFL has been hit hard ever since more players than ever protested during the national anthem in retaliation to President Donald Trump criticizing those who kneeled.
Ratings have crashed, fans have boycotted and ticket sales have plummeted. The league has become one of the most divisive brands in the country, and Trump hasn't stopped putting pressure on Roger Goodell and the NFL to do something about the protests.
Despite all of this, the protests have continued.
Then, the NFL pulled donations away from military charities and breast cancer awareness causes to instead donate to social justice causes. Eric Reid, a San Francisco 49ers safety and frequent protester, revealed the details of the funding, which will see a whopping $89 million invested in social justice causes.
Now, ticket sales for the upcoming game between the 3-9 Indianapolis Colts and the 6-6 Buffalo Bills, which will take place in Buffalo, are going for a whopping $4. And Vivid Seats has plenty of tickets available for the game on Sunday:
NYup.com reports that a college hockey game in the area between Niagara University and Canisius College cost $28 for comparison.