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Tyler Eifert will stand for anthem, wear military-inspired cleats

The national anthem protest-and-criticism cycle consumed much of the NFL’s off-field conversation over the past year. Now it’s headed inside the white lines. Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert announced on Twitter that he’ll be standing for the national anthem; not only that, he’ll be honoring a member of the U.S. military on his cleats every game, starting with former NFL player and U.
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