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Chris Long supports teammate Malcolm Jenkins during anthem protest

Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins continued his protest of social injustices by raising his fist above his head during the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner before a home game against the Buffalo Bills Thursday night -- but this time, he wasn't alone. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
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Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins says team will likely protest during national anthem on Monday

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Football fans can expect to see another protest during the national anthem on Monday Night Football when the Philadelphia Eagles meet the Chicago Bears. Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins gave the head’s up this weekend during an intervi...

Eagles players raise fists during national anthem on ‘Monday Night Football’

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Philadelphia’s Malcolm Jenkins had indicated that he and some Eagles teammates would stage a Colin Kaepernick-style protest during the national anthem Monday night. Sure enough, the veteran safety, defensive back Ron Brooks and defe...

Chris Long on show of support for Malcolm Jenkins: “I just told Malcolm, ‘I’m here for you.'”

American Football / NFL : ProFootballTalk

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has been raising a fist in the air during the national anthem since last season as a symbol of protest. Thursday night against the Buffalo Bills, Jenkins was joined in a show of unity as defensive end C...

Chris Long becomes first white NFL player to participate in national anthem protest

US Politics / Liberal : Matthew Yglesias

On Thursday, Chris Long became the first white NFL player to get involved in a national anthem protest. Before a preseason game in Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Eagles defensive end put his arm around safety Malcolm Jenkins while J...

Eagles De Chris Long Says He Wanted To Support Jenkins ‘As A White Athlete’ Against Racial Injustice

Sports : Total Pro Sports

Last night, Chris Long became the first Caucasian athlete to answer the call after he wrapped his arm around teammate Malcolm Jenkins, who had his fist raised as a continuation of his national anthem protest.   Chris Long put his ar...

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