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NFL Players Start Season Off with a Fist and Kneel, Kaepernick Tweets his Support
By Niele Anderson
Published August 10, 2018

Continued controversy from a sitting president who continues to incite division within the NFL  has not stopped black players from exercising there right to protest and freedom of speech. In Miami, Kenny Stills and two other Dolphins players protested during the anthem before their 26-24 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Colin Kaepernick later tweeted encouragement to Stills and other NFL players that had the courage.

 

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