NFL restores respect for national anthem

NFL restores respect for national anthem

NFL restores respect for national anthem

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"These are vicious killers and they shouldn't be allowed into the country".

But Trump downplayed his personal role in the new National Football League rule, saying "I think the people pushed it forward - this was not me".

"I just think. telling people what they should do during a ceremony is not really what the country is based on", Common told us while out in Bev Hills. "This country is very smart".

It's certainly within the league's right to do so, but while NFL owners were doing their best Wednesday to shrink from the issues that trouble their players, another pro sports franchise - the Milwaukee Bucks - was doing the opposite.

"You have to stand proudly for national anthem, or shouldn't be playing, you shouldn't be there", Trump added.

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"You shouldn't be there".

In response to the seemingly never-ending controversy about players kneeling during the national anthem at the beginning of games as a form of protest, the NFL created a compromise.

The NFL Players Association, meanwhile, says that they were not consulted ahead of the announcement of the new national anthem policy, and that they reserve the right to "challenge" any of the measures implemented which they deem unsuitable.

"I think it would be an affront to our public and our players if the game was played there", said the Philadelphia Eagles owner, Norman Braman, who was also chair of the league's Super Bowl site-selection committee.

Teams will be required to stand for the national anthem, though players have the option to stay in the locker room.

"I have so many friends that are owners", Trump told Fox News in September.

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"Hours after the new policy was announced, Vice President Pence tweeted "#Winning", with an image of an American flag and a screenshot of a CNN story about the new policy, which described the NFL's decision as "a stunning victory for President Trump".

Teams would be fined for violations.

The changes are the latest development in a polarizing debate that began with Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the anthem in 2016. Or you shouldn't be playing, you shouldn't be there.

"Rather than show a little backbone themselves and support the right of athletes to protest peacefully, the league capitulated to a president who relishes demonising black athletes", it said.

"I think the people pushed it forward, this was not me". "I brought it out".

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