Long stood by Jenkins as he raised a fist during the anthem. "You have to root for our hometown boy", says Didi Justin-Reed who has known Ertz since he was in elementary school. "They call it the anthem protest", he said. It's about the team, and like I said we're going to enjoy these next few days.
In September, Trump attacked players who took a knee during the anthem which led to even more protest.
Being denied access onto the winner's podium didn't Kevin enjoying the moment anyway, and he soon found his way to the NFL Network panel, who were providing a post-game analysis at the time.
"I know that when I listen to people speak, and they share their weaknesses, I'm listening because I can resonate. They're deluding themselves. He was inaccurate, continued to have trouble finding top receiver Alshon Jeffery (two targets, zero catches) and inspired zero hope that when the games matter he'll be able to flip some switch and respond like a playoff quarterback should".
The Patriots said 34 players attended the April 2017 ceremony, which was similar to the turnout during their wins under President George W. Bush, but far fewer than the almost 50 players who showed up for President Barack Obama in 2015. The list of players boycotting this year's White House event will nearly certainly grow.
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