Jim Heaney: “Can’t come out and stand for our anthem or flag? I’m done with you.”
There are a maximum 1,696 maximum NFL players among 32 NFL teams. About one in eight NFL players did not stand for the national anthem Sunday September 24, 2017.
The U.S. population is over 325,958,370 on Monday, September 25, 2017.
Dallas Cowboys players took a knee with owner Jerry Jones before standing for anthem on Monday Night Football, September 25, 2017. Here is one sentiment …
Reaction to Dallas Players
Americas Team? No more. Jones is a Coward, took the easy way out. Team filled with a history of debauchery, abuse of women, drug abuse, innocents killed by players with cars and guns, and filled with roided out CTE candidates. They should take a Knee for forgiveness, in fact stay down. You just alienated half of America. Other half doesnt buy NFL gear, wear jerseys nor tickets to games. They just hate Trump so you have won them over “Americas Team”.
Angry Steelers Fan Burns All His Gear! “Goodbye, Pittsburgh Steelers”
Pittsburgh Steelers fan in Maryland burns Steelers gear.
NFL fans burn their merchandise in disgust over anthem protests.
Giants Fan burns Giants Team Gear over anthem protests
Scott Cutlip: “After the events that unfolded on Sunday September 24, 2017 I am burning all my Pittsburgh Steelers gear and officially began my boycott of the NFL. I will not wear gear that represents the NFL and give them free advertising. Some of my jerseys I had for 20 years and yet I burned it all. I highly recommend that everyone take part in the boycott and the burning of your NFL apparel.”
Fed up NY Giants Fan Burns Jersey – My Dad (& Tech Challenged Mom)
Burning an NFL Falcons jersey.
How the Ravens have now made us truly feel about them and any other team that disrespects the flag and the country they make their millions in
Browns fans burns NFL jerseys.
Burning Michael Vick jersey NFL protest 2017.
New Orleans Saints fan Burns NFL gear.
Bob Costas on NFL protests and patriotism (full CNN interview)
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Current sponsors of the NFLPA (NFL Player’s Association)
Campbell’s Soup Company
Dairy Management, Inc. (Fuel Up to Play 60)
Hyundai Motor America
Procter & Gamble