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John Mara would rather Olivier Vernon stand, but respects his views

Giants co-owner John Mara, predictably, winced when Olivier Vernon told fans who didn’t like him kneeling during the national anthem to stay home. But he also respects Vernon’s decision to kneel, even while admitting he was trying to talk him out of it someday. Mara, appearing on ESPN New York’s “The Michael Kay Show,” said [more]
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