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Fans wanted me ‘hung before the anthem’: Emotional Nebraska football player reveals racist threats

In an emotional speech on Monday, African-American football player Michael Rose-Ivey revealed that fans had threatened to lynch him because he declined to participate in the national anthem. At Sunday’s game, the Nebraska linebacker followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin...
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