NFLer and brother of fallen Marine: What would make me quit NFL

NFL owners will meet next week and potential new protocols for the national anthem are expected to be discussed. One NFL player says if the league mandates that players stand for the anthem, he will quit.
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The Dennis Johnson Authentic Jersey fallout from the touchdown-turned-fumble in Sunday’s Jets-Patriots game continued on Monday.

NFL VP of officiating Al Riveron defended the overturned call in the fourth quarter that changed an Austin Seferian-Jenkins touchdown into a fumble that gave the Patriots the ball at the 20.

Riveron, on a conference call with reporters, explained that Seferian-Jenkins did not regain possession of the ball as he crossed the goal line. He also said there was enough video evidence to overturn the call.

The Jets had zero sacks of Tom Brady on Sunday. They are 31st in the NFL with seven sacks, and none of them by a defensive lineman.

While Lynch did not explain the demonstration, Oakland head coach Jack Del Rio said this was nothing new.

[Lynch] said, ‘This is something I’ve done for 11 years. It’s not a form of anything other than me being myself,’ Del Rio said.
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The following day, Bennett, A Seahawks defensive end, who was teammates with Lynch in Seattle from 2013-15, joined in. Bennett sat before his team’s Sunday preseason opener against the Los Angeles Chargers.

The defensive end spoke openly about why he decided to become a part of the anthem protests.

The last week, with everything that’s been going on in the last couple months 鈥?especially after the last couple days seeing everything in Virginia. [I] just wanted to be able to continue to use my platform to be able to speak on injustice, Bennett said.

First of all, I want to make sure that people understand I love the military, Bennett said. My father was in the military. I love hot dogs, like any other American. I love football like any other American.

But I don’t love segregation. I don’t love riots. I don’t love oppression. I don’t love gender slander. And I just want to see people have equality that they deserve.

Joining Lynch and Bennett so far in his own form of protest has been Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins.
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