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49ers 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.
11 Hours ago
Colin Kaepernick's former teammate Alex Boone speaks out on the Niners QB's decision to remain seated during the national anthem ahead of a preseason game against the Packers. Boone calls Kaepernick's acts "shameful" and asks him to "show some respect."
2 Hours ago
Carlos Beltran, normally without any hair, was seen on the Rangers' bench with hair dye that looked eerily similar to what Carlos Boozer pulled with the Bulls once upon a time.
1 Hour ago
Tom Waddle explains why he believes Trevor Siemian will be named the Broncos starting quarterback and feels Paxton Lynch should be the backup.
Tim Cowlishaw explains why even though Tony Romo will miss at least half of the 2016 season, he believes the Cowboys will go 9-7 and be a wild card team with Dak Prescott at QB and Ezekiel Elliott in the backfield because of their stacked offensive line.
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SportsCenter looks at some of the top fan-generated highlights from around the country, including exceptionally acrobatic plays and proof that Alaska high school football is legit.
7 Hours ago
Kansas City scores eight times in the sixth inning en route to a 10-4 victory over Boston.
10 Hours ago
While on SportsCenter after the Royals' 10-4 win over the Red Sox, catcher Salvador Perez pours water on first baseman Eric Hosmer.
16 Hours ago
Jason Garrett says the Cowboys will continue taking Tony Romo's back injury day by day and that the best way for the team to overcome the loss of Romo is for the players to focus on their jobs.
Bomani Jones joins Mike and Mike to discuss the larger issue with society being easily offended with Colin Kaepernick's actions and not listening to his message.
Tim Kurkjian and Dallas Braden look at this week's MLB power rankings with the Cubs staying on top and how teams further down can still contend for a playoff spot.
David Ortiz hits a solo home run in the bottom of the fourth inning, moving him into a tie with Jimmie Foxx for 18th on the all-time HR list.
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