Miami Dolphins

Football players in the once-reluctant league protested against racism and police brutality by kneeling, raising fists or staying off the field for the national anthems.
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The organization said it would continue to protest the Dolphins and the NFL while players kneel.
Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson of the Dolphins continued to peacefully protest racial injustice.
NFL and players union are in discussions to resolve the anthem issue.