TI Salutes Colin Kaepernick's National Anthem Stance: "I'm Rockin Wit Bruh!!!"

by Abel Hampton August 31, 2016, 1:27

"I don't respect the motivation or the action", said Harbaugh, who coached Kaepernick with the San Francisco 49ers.

Kaepernick specifically named police brutality as the reason he refused to stand for the national anthem prior to the 49ers' pre-season game over the weekend, as he also called for increased training standards for officers.

The Colin Kaepernick anthem aftermath continues to be a subject of discussion in the days since the San Francisco 49ers quarterback made a decision to take a stand by not standing for the national anthem. To me, this is something that has to change, and when there's significant change - and I feel like that flag represents what It's supposed to represent, and this country is representing people the way it's supposed to - I'll stand. "To me, this is bigger than football. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder", he told NFL Media. Drew Rosenhaus appeared on CNBC to talk about Kaepernick's controversial decision and how it may impact his career and endorsements.

"We recognise his right [to sit]", Chip Kelly said. Colin Kaepernick has it half right.

That seems to be the most common opinion of Lawton residents, including Domonique Jefferson who believes it is extremely disrespectful for Kaepernick to remain seated during the National Anthem. "He's within his rights and he's telling the truth as he sees it and I am with him 100 percent".

And by the way, I'm pretty sure Colin Kaepernick's not the best poster child for American oppression. "It brings awareness", Kaepernick said Sunday.

Kaepernick's actions Friday weren't exactly self-sabotage.

On the Monday edition of Kilmeade's radio show Kilmeade & Friends, Kilmeade discussed the Kaepernick protest with former Washington Redskins player Joe Theismann, Raw Story reported Monday.

An image of a wounded veteran holding himself upright in his wheelchair for the national anthem despite having no legs has become a viral sensation in light of Kaepernick's protest.

What do "The Star-Spangled Banner" and the flag itself mean to you?

Cruz believes that it is more so about comradery instead of pledging allegiance to the United States, however standing at all for Kaepernick seems hard to do.

When asked if he would support a teammate who sat during the national anthem, Fitzpatrick gave the same response.

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