Twenty-seven players from the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens took a knee during the singing of the US national anthem at Wembley Stadium on Sunday as the protest against the US president,
The message was simple, defiant and express-delivered to an orange-tinged septuagenarian living 3,600 miles away in Washington DC. As the Star Spangled Banner rang out across Wembley, 27 players and staff of
After the president said those kneeling to highlight issues of racial justice should be fired, players across the league showed defiance in different waysContinue reading...
The quarterback wanted kneeling in protest for the anthem to start a national talk about race and justice. Thanks to the president’s blast of rage, we have one
All Colin Kaepernick ever asked was for his country to have a conversation about race.
This, he warned, would not be easy. Such talks are awkward and often end in a flurry of spittle, pointed
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Donald Trump was the subject of startlingly strong abuse from major sports stars on Saturday, after he criticised NFL players
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More than a dozen Cleveland Browns players staged the largest national anthem protest yet, and were joined by white players for what’s believed t