Respecting music is not just a matter of respecting the military, but also of those who have sacrificed for the country, including members of the civil rights movement, Brace said.
“And everything is fine with our country right now? No, it’s not,” Bryce said in an interview. “We still have a long way to go. But I think what you do when you stand there and pay homage to the flag with your heart and hands, it shows unity. It shows that we are all together, we can all do better, And we are all part of the solution. “
“You literally still don’t understand why the cup was walking on one knee ??” James said in a tweet about Colin Copernicus. “(US flag) and our troops have nothing to do with disrespect.”
James went on to discuss his own father-in-law with those in the military who said he had never found Capernick – who was famous for protesting police brutality during the national anthem – disrespectful, “because he and I both know what is right? Wrong is wrong! “
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers later spoke – although he did not specifically mention Brie or his comments.
About 70% of black players make up the NFL 70 In 2018, the NFL passed a policy of penalizing players on their knees during music, in protest of police brutality and racial injustice in the United States. The punishment involved in the policy was later knocked out, although the policy itself still remains.