The three NFL teams that chose to stay in the locker room and did not participate in the national anthem will not be disciplined, a league spokesman said.
NFL owners unanimously voted to settle the national anthem debate, requiring all players on the field to stand for the national anthem, or remain in the locker room.
Some NFL owners are considering a change to the league's national anthem policy that would possibly keep players in the locker room when the Star-Spangled Banner is played before football games, according to The Washington Post.
In Empty the Notebook, the MMQB's Albert Breer discusses the meaning behind Roger Goodell's letter to NFL teams in regards to the national anthem protests by players around the league.
Momentum only seems to be growing for the national anthem protest that Colin Kaepernick started.
Some NFL owners are interested in a possible agreement with the NFL Players Association where discipline would be waived for any player protesting during the national anthem, reports the Washington Post.