NFL national anthem: Dolphins DE Robert Quinn says it’s a message, not a protest

In a call for racial equality, new Miami Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn said he demonstrated during Thursday’s national anthem to inspire unity. Quinn raised his right fist, as he did with the Los Angeles Rams last season, while teammates Albert Wilson and Kenny Stills kneeled during the anthem prior to their preseason game against Tampa Bay. (Palm Beach Post)

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