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Malcolm Jenkins' Anthem Protest to Continue in 2017 Season

Newsmax Friday, 11 August 2017 ()
Malcolm Jenkins, who plays safety for the Philadelphia Eagles, told ESPN that he plans to continue his protest during the singing of the national anthem this season.
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News video: Philadelphia Eagle Hugs Teammate During Anthem Protest

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Philadelphia Eagle Chris Long put an arm around teammate Malcolm Jenkins during his anthem protest. He's likely the first white player to do so.

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