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Miami Dolphins Players Wear Shirts Supporting Colin Kaepernick
After the comments President Donald Trump made towards NFL players regarding kneeling during the anthem at a rally on Friday, the NFL is preparing for an NFL Sunday unlike any other. Hundreds of players and coaches are expected to take part in some type of protest.
The Miami Dolphins were no exception as most members of the team came out during warm-ups sporting custom t-shirts with the hashtag #ImWithKap before Sunday’s game against the New York Jets.
The Dolphins have shirts showing their support for Colin Kaepernick’s push for social justice and racial equality. pic.twitter.com/OMha2xl0wj
— Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) September 24, 2017
Here’s wide receiver Kenny Stills on Twitter:
Colin Kaepernick is credited with starting the anthem protest movement last summer. He remains without a job as a result.