Jenkins, Long rip ‘dumb’ anthem policy

The Eagles have been one of the most outspoken teams in the league regarding protests during anthem, especially safety Malcolm Jenkins, who was not planning on attending the ceremony on Tuesday.
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In his 30 months as Rutgers athletics director, Pat Hobbs has christened a new practice facility for the baseball and softball programs, cut ribbons for a pair of renovated weight rooms and unveiled a state-of-the-art, $8 million football practice complex.

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Trump made that perfectly clear late Monday when he took another shot at the NFL and its new anthem policy on Twitter, scolding: Staying in the Locker Room for the playing of our National Anthem is as disrespectful to our country as kneeling. Sorry!

This came hours after the White House released a statement that yet again served up the narrative that player protests have been about the American flag or some imagined disrespect to the U.S. military. And, naturally, it doesn’t acknowledge the soul of the issue with the demonstrations.

No, the peaceful protests – including kneeling, as ex-49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began at the suggestion of former Green Beret Nate Boyer – are First Amendment expressions targeting police brutality and social justice inequities that disproportionately affect African-Americans and other people of color.