NFL players took to Twitter to respond to President Donald Trump's attack on the league and its players on Friday. The president said that players that protest the national anthem should be fired. The protests have been growing after former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the anthem last year. Kaepernick is not on an NFL roster — which some believe is due to his protest. Trump previously took credit for Kaepernick's unemployment in May.
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Oakland Raiders guard Kelechi Osemele had the opportunity to visit the White House and meet then president of the United States Barack Obama as a member of the Super Bowl-winning Baltimore Ravens in 2012. Although it was just his rookie season, Osemele got a chance to do something that not many athletes ever will and to this day he looks back on it. Saturday saw current president Donald Trump rescind the invitation for the NBA Finals champions Golden State Warriors White House visit and it wasn’t long before Osemele chimed in. The sixth-year player took to Instagram and posted a picture of him meeting Obama during that 2012 visit, adding a caption that read “back in the day when it use to mean