A dancer for Georgia Tech’s football team has lent her support to NFL players protesting during the national anthem by retweeting a powerful photo of herself kneeling on the football field in protest. Raianna Brown, seen kneeling on the football field in a national anthem protest, is going viral for reposting a photo from that day over the weekend. Thank you to @Kaepernick7 for inspiring [me] to #TakeaKnee to take a stand,” wrote Georgia Tech student and Yellow Jackets cheerleader Raianna Brown on Twitter, where she calls herself Issa Rai, on Saturday.
To give credit where credit is due, Donald Trump Jr. skewered NFL head honcho Roger Goodell on Sunday, but Twitter got the last laugh. On a Sunday when many NFL players demonstrated to protest President Donald Trump’s harsh criticism of athletes who
Vikings quarterback Case Keenum had yet another strong performance against the Buccaneers on Sunday. But the Vikings won’t be playing the Bucs every week; they’ll need someone who can get it done against other teams. They have Sam Bradford, who continues to be day-to-day with a knee injury he suffered against the Saints two weeks ago. But Bradford wasn’t even in the building on Sunday, and it’s hard to know exactly when he’ll return. Here’s one thing we know: In three weeks, Teddy Bridgewater will be eligible to return from the Physically Unable to Perform list and to practice with the team. One source with knowledge of the situation says that Bridgewater will be ready to go, but that the Vikings