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cause, and so Im supportive of them, Mularkey said.---Online:AP NFL Antworten

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It was more trying to bring everyone together in solidarity trying to come up with a situation to better our country. We love it, but that doesnt mean that we dont have room for improvement.San Francisco backup quarterback Colin Kaepernick was the first NFL player who chose to sit and take a knee during the anthem in preseason games to call attention to what he says is the oppression of blacks and other minorities.U.S. sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos, who won the gold and bronze medals, respectively, in the 200-meter race at the 1968 Olympics appeared on the medal stands with raised, black-gloved fists throughout the U.S. national anthem in what they said was a human rights salute.On Sunday, Kansas City cornerback Marcus Peters also raised a black-gloved fist during the national anthem, and four Miami Dolphins kneeled on the sideline with hands on their hearts as The Star Spangled Banner played in Seattle. McCourtys brother, Devin, raised his fist alonng Martellus Bennett before New Englands win in Arizona on Sunday night.ddddddddddddMcCourty, a New York native who was in the ninth grade in New Jersey on 9/11, said theres been a lot of talk among NFL players about the different ways to get their message across. His older brother served in the Gulf War, and his father also was in the military. So they chose to respect the anthem first, and McCourty said Monday the hope is these protests get people talking about how to solve the issues Kaepernick highlighted.Now moving forward, its about getting in our communities and trying actually to make change and try to actually make an impact, McCourty said. A single action on a Sunday isnt going to do anything, so I think now its, what you do in the community throughout the weeks and throughout the next several months.Casey said it was a last-minute decision, and he personally credited God for helping him believe it was the right thing to do.Im just trying to echo what Kaepernick is doing ..., Casey said. Were just trying to bring light on it. We want fairness, and we want justice for whats going on around the world with all the bad things that are going on. Thats all this is about.Woodyard, also a special teams captain, said theres no wrong or right way to protest.Were just trying to show our right that were standing for our brothers out there, and we are, Woodyard said.The trio also have the support and respect of coach Mike Mularkey, who noted they are leaders on this team.I know theyre passionate about the cause, and so Im supportive of them, Mularkey said.---Online:AP NFL website: and AP NFL Twitter feed: Teresa M. Walker at ' ' '

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