Police asked not to buy Dolphins tickets after protests

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Defensive end Robert Quinn did not kneel, but he raised his right arm with a clenched fist. "We remain committed to working with the players to identify solutions and to continue making progress on important social issues affecting our communities". "This organization obviously DOES NOT honor First Responders and the dangers they put themselves in every day".

Specifically, the Broward PBA encouraged officers to return tickets bought at a discounted rate through an agreement between the union and the Miami Dolphins. "I told them that should they change their stance, we would reconsider".

The Dolphins weren't the only team to protest Thursday.

Trump added that players should stand for the anthem or be suspended without pay.

The players are part of a growing number of athletes who have used that moment to protest police brutality and racial inequality, something Broward PBA Vice President Rod Skirvin called "disrespectful and disgusting".

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The union said it would re-evaluate its stance if the NFL amends its policy regarding players who demonstrate during the national anthem, according to the Miami Herald. But after teams actually began instituting policies to fine players for kneeling, outrage led to the NFL suspending that policy and they're still working with the NFL Player's Association to determine the best course or action.

"It's a peaceful protest", Wilson said after Thursday's game.

"Most of that money goes to the players anyway", he continued. Find another way to protest. "Taking a knee when they should be standing proudly for the National Anthem".

In a pair of early-morning tweets on Friday, Trump once again targeted NFL players for kneeling during the National Anthem.

That didn't sit well with the players, though. The NFL and NFLPA, however, are still discussing this rule and are trying to reach an agreement. "We have a lot of police officers in the county who are ex-military". The league ruled its players must either stand during the anthem or stay in the locker room until the song's conclusion. Albert Wilson @iThinkIsee12 joined him in protest. He has filed a grievance against the National Football League, saying team owners colluded to deny him a job because of the protests.