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Niners quarterback Colin Kaepernick says his decision to sit during the national anthem Friday wasn't to bash the military but to bring awareness to unjust and unpunished actions in the U.S.
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Former United States Army Ranger and Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva agrees with Colin Kaepernick's frustration over racial injustice, but not his forum.
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Bill Belichick explains the Patriots' decision to cut defensive lineman Terrance Knighton.
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Stephen A. Smith is fine with Colin Kaepernick not standing during the national anthem because soldiers fight for our freedom, allowing Kaepernick to exercise his own beliefs.
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This wide receiver proves that Alaska high school football is legit with a fantastic one-handed touchdown catch.
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