Players protest, fans protest them

“All told, more than 200 players from all 32 teams protested the president’s comments in some form, or fashion. The Packers stood with interlocking arms, in their game against the Bengals. With the exception of three players who remained on the bench…

“The Packers players, led by their quarterback Aaron Rodgers, issued a call to their fans to join them in interlocking arms during the national anthem. However, some fans have not taken kindly to the request. According to the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Packers Director of Public Affairs, Aaron Popkey, says fan reaction has been intense.”

With a good chart of every team’s behavior last Sunday and Monday.

Via Breitbart

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