Indianapolis Colts cornerback Antonio Cromartie knelt and raised his fist during Sunday morning's game between the Colts and Jacksonville Jaguars in London.
Mike Tunison of Vice Sports shared the image:
Cromartie, 32, made the same gesture last week, joining a growing number of NFL players to protest the national anthem due to police brutality and the unfair treatment of African Americans and minorities.
It's another sellout crowd at 84,000-seat Wembley Stadium, where the official London "home" team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, is hosting the Indianapolis Colts
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