New York Giants players will not be punished for kneeling during national anthem

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New York Giants players will not be punished for kneeling during national anthem
New York Giants players will not be punished for kneeling during national anthem

Art Stapleton analyzes where the NY Giants offense stands in advance of training camp Players from the New York Giants will not be fined or suspended by the team if they choose to kneel in protest of social and racial injustice during the national anthem on game day, co-owner Steve Tisch told The Hollywood Reporter earlier this week. Tisch was also critical of President Trump, whose verbal attacks against the NFL fanned the flames of what has become a hot-button issue within the league and sports in general. Giants linebacker Olivier Vernon took a knee last September in a game against the Philadelphia Eagles and did so for the remainder of the season. Vernon said last month that he had not yet

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