This NFL Player Quickly Regretted Protesting The National Anthem
Ever since Colin Kaepernick began protesting the national anthem, other NFL players have joined in disrespecting America and the men and women who fought on her behalf.
NFL officials – including Commissioner Roger Goodell – and team executives have expressed support for the players refusing to stand for the national anthem.
But one NFL player just paid a massive price for his protest.
Former Indianapolis Colts cornerback, Antonio Cromartie, knelt and raised his fist in a symbol of black power during the national anthem at a game in London against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
After a poor game performance with Cromartie benched in the second half, the team released the veteran cornerback.