[Ed. – And liberals believe that hiring Colin Kaepernick will solve this problem. In the meantime, kudos to the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns for their show of solidarity with law enforcement.]
Both Bennett and Lynch remained seated during The Star-Spangled Banner before the Seahawks and Raiders season-opening games as part of a continuing wave of protests that began last year with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
Bennett’s brother, Martellus, who plays for the Packers, stood at the end of the Green Bay bench with his right fist in the air.
In Cleveland, players linked arms with police, military and firefighters during the anthem before the Browns’ opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. No players knelt during the song.