A player’s stance is the most important part of a football team.
If a player doesn’t stand for the national anthem, his team is in trouble.
The president of the United States doesn’t agree with the anthem and doesn’t support it either.
This week, a team from the Cleveland Browns decided to take action.
On Sunday, the team tweeted a message from owner Jimmy Haslam.
On Tuesday, it tweeted that it would not take part in the anthem.
On Thursday, the Browns announced they would be taking a knee for the first time in their history.
So far, the move has earned praise and praise for the team.
On Saturday, the players were among the first to kneel during the anthem in a protest against racism and police brutality.
Here’s what you need to know.
Why are the players taking a stand?
The Cleveland Browns are the first team to take part this season in the national-anarchism movement.
The players’ decision to kneels is not the first protest in the NFL, but it is the first by a team, the NFL Players Association said.
This year’s protests have taken place in cities across the country, including in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and New York.
What are the protests about?
The protests are aimed at protesting police brutality and racism.
The protest was sparked by the death of Freddie Gray in police custody, who was injured while in police hands.
In August, a protest outside the White House turned violent after Trump condemned protests against police brutality, calling the protests a “disgrace.”
The protests were also sparked by a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white nationalist killed one woman and injured more than a dozen others.
The protests have also grown out of the protests over police brutality in Baltimore and Chicago, which saw hundreds of people arrested, some of them for the purpose of protesting police violence.
The league said Sunday that it has seen a spike in protests this year in cities around the country.
What is the reaction to the protests?
There has been criticism from players, owners and players’ unions that the protests are too confrontational.
Several players from the Oakland Raiders have also taken a knee during the national day of protest.
In an interview with Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures,” Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said that he believes the protests have “turned into a big brawl.”
“I think there’s a lot of people that think this is just a political thing, and it is,” Carr said.
“I really do think that we’re going to continue to be a peaceful protest.
That’s the message that we have to get out to the people of the country and the world.
Are the players going to be fined for kneeling?
NFL players can be fined up to $1,000 for each offensive or disruptive penalty incurred during the protests.
If the players don’t stand, they are prohibited from participating in any activity during the National Anthem until the anthem ends.
In the past, players have taken a stand during the pregame ceremonies.
They have also held a sit-in in the National Football League’s Hall of Fame and a sit in in the AFL-NFL Players Association.
However, Sunday’s protests were the first one for players to take on the national symbol of patriotism.
On Monday, the league announced that it is working with players’ union to ensure that no player faces a suspension for taking a protest position.
The union said that if a player is suspended for taking part in a demonstration, they will be required to pay a $1 in fines to the league.