Numerous members of the NFL media made a show of support Sunday for players who have been kneeling during the national anthem. In unison at 1 P.M. ET, they tweeted: "I stand with those who kneel."
The act of kneeling, which 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick began in the preseason, has become a widespread practice throughout the league for players protesting racial inequality and police brutality in America. Among those who tweeted their support for the kneeling players include The MMQB’s Peter King, The Nation’s Dave Zirin and ESPN’s Jim Trotter.
I stand with those who kneel.— Peter King (@SI_PeterKing) September 25, 2016
I stand with those who kneel.— Melissa Jacobs (@thefootballgirl) September 25, 2016
I Stand With Those Who Kneel. Because mainstreaming racism isn't "politics." It's just wrong.— Aaron Schatz (@FO_ASchatz) September 25, 2016
I Stand With Those Who Kneel.— Mike Tanier (@MikeTanier) September 25, 2016
It's only a matter of time until Denny's ruins this with a brand tweet.