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Nebraska national-anthem protests have three players at the center of a free-speech storm

A member of the Nebraska board of regents has called for three players who protested racial injustice by kneeling during the national anthem to “be kicked off the team,” airing his comments days after one player said he had received threats over his protest. Three players took a knee before the Cornhuskers’ game Saturday against Northwestern […]
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