What began as a single backup quarterback kneeling during the national anthem in a preseason game has mushroomed in the past 13 months to a nationwide movement, one that’s spread from the football field to the White House and forced America to deal with questions of free speech and patriotism. But President
Jacksonville tight end Marcedes Lewis and linebacker Telvin Smith see the photo for the first time of them locked in arms with team owner Shad Khan and talk about what this means in the bigger picture.
Backlash from U.S. President Donald Trump's comments about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem reached the Canadian Football League on Sunday. Many players voiced their support for their football brethren south of the border after Calgary's 15-9 victory. "It's sad and it