President Trump Roger Goodell

Stephen A. Smith says President Donald Trump “successfully hijacked” the NFL protests because the NFL refused to let him own a team. The ESPN “First Take” co-host said Trump “has won this round” after NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sent a memo to all 32 teams, saying “Everyone should stand” during the National Anthem.

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Cam Newton Jourdan Rodrigue

NFL star Cam Newton has lost a major sponsor after he expressed surprise that a woman was familiar with wide receiver passing routes.

Dannon Yogurt announced Thursday that Newton, 28, was fired as the spokesman for their Oikos Yogurt brand after he made what they referred to as “sexist and disparaging” comments about women.

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Marshawn Lynch

Television networks are reeling from declining viewership amid ongoing player protests during NFL games. The networks are going to extremes to conceal NFL players who are protesting President Trump and the American flag during the pre-game national anthem.

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Chicago vs Green Bay Packers

Democrats and other liberals took to social media to vent their outrage after the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers linked arms rather than bend a knee during the singing of the National Anthem at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Thursday.

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Deshaun Watson

Houston Texans rookie sensation Deshaun Watson is doing his part to give back to the community. The 22-year-old former Clemson star quarterback donated his NFL paycheck — $27,353 — to three cafeteria workers who were impacted by Hurricane Harvey.

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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tried to appease everyone by asking his team to kneel down before the national anthem during a Monday Night Football game at the University of Phoenix Stadium, where they took on the Arizona Cardinals.

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Fan burns season tickets

17 Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars players were among the first in the NFL to kneel during the national anthem in defiance of U.S. President Donald Trump.

The 2 teams participated in a special game in London, England on Sunday.

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