He slung it around all the time on us (at Rice), Sendejo said. I’ve seen him do that for a while.
He’s just a baller. Of course, the more practice reps he gets with the starters can help but he can go out and play this game doing what he does like today.
It’s unknown whether there will be such a large league-wide national anthem brouhaha before the Week 4 games. The Vikings, though, know for certain that a victory at Detroit (2-1) could prove pivotal down the road in the NFC North race.
We’ve just got to continue doing a good job stopping the run, getting turnovers, not letting big plays get us and just playing smart football, Sendejo said. If we do those things we’re supposed to, we should be successful.
They set out to bring together a widespread group of supporters to speak up on Bennett’s behalf. As of late Wednesday, 31 people, including authors, musicians, actors and college professors, had attached their names to the statement.
We condemn this act of racial profiling and excessive force perpetrated by the Vegas police against Mr. Bennett, the statement reads, in part.
This story is awful enough. The response by the Las Vegas police union has been even worse �� Michael Bennett has been sitting during the anthem precisely to raise these issues of racist injustice that are now an intimate part of his life. Now we stand with him.
A show of support from athletes, from the NFL and other sports, was important, Zirin told Sporting News, but it was really specifically designed to be athletes, academics and activists. We wanted the best representation of people who can bring others together.