There was a range of demonstrations during the national anthem before the Chiefs and Chargers took the field Sunday.

By Khadrice Rollins
September 24, 2017

During the national anthem before the game between the Chiefs and Chargers in Los Angeles, there was a wide range of displays, including players who sat, kneeled or stood with their arms linked.

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Chargers owner Dean Spanos released a statement that talked about players' right to protest, and what it meant to him to stand with some of the players on the team.

Whether it was players protesting or teams not even taking the field, the anthem has been a prominent part of Sunday's games.

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