Taking A Knee

Kaepernick filed his grievance against the NFL in 2017, accusing team owners of violating the league’s collective bargaining agreement.
The NFL honored civil rights heroes, while Kaepernick has remained unsigned after protesting racial injustice.
The North Carolina man retrieved a shotgun after two sons began to fight while arguing about protests during the national anthem.
The San Francisco game against the Raiders marks the first time an NFL cheerleader publicly joined Colin Kaepernick’s protest against racial injustice.
"It just makes me so aggravated and angry," Carolina's David Tepper said.
Barris said ABC wanted him to cut too much anti-Trump material from the episode.
"I got news for you, I bought my last pair of Nike shoes," the Rev. Mack Morris told his cheering Woodridge Baptist Church congregation.
He also said his wife, Kim Kardashian, is in law school; she's not.
Burgess Owens, a former safety for the New York Jets, made the "sick" comparison a day before the 17th anniversary of Sept. 11.
The retired NFL star spoke about his support for the protests on Ellen DeGeneres' show.
In the league's opening week, one player sat during the national anthem and two others have kneeled.
The former NFL quarterback stars in the “Just Do It” ad campaign for Nike’s 30th anniversary.
“You don’t like it here go to Africa see how you like it there,” Carla Maloney wrote in a Facebook post.
The NFL quarterback will be appearing in ads that say, “Believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. #JustDoIt.”
"Every athlete, every human and definitely every African-American should be grateful," the tennis star said.
The NFL tried to stifle Colin Kaepernick’s case that claims team owners conspired against him to keep him off the field, but now his grievance is going to trial.
The man challenging Ted Cruz for Senate earned national praise for his speech on kneeling during the anthem and the power of peaceful protest.
Two Philadelphia Eagles players stood in the tunnel instead of being on the field.
Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson of the Dolphins continued to peacefully protest racial injustice.