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John Lynch regrets calling anthem protests “divisive”

John Lynch is following the footsteps of Hue Jackson, with those footsteps backpedaling from their first round of remarks about national anthem protests. With a chance to reflect and to see Malcolm Jenkins and Chris Long standing together last night, the 49ers General Manager now wishes he’d have chosen his words more carefully, saying he [more]
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