NFL Team Slaps USA in the Face, Rolls Out ‘UNAMERICAN’ Flag for Anthem (Photos)

The NFL’s Green Bay Packers unveiled a version of the American flag that was off-putting to many in attendance.

Why would they do this?

One can only speculate, but there’s a decent chance you already know the answer.

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ESPN won’t broadcast the National Anthem during Monday Night Football, and now the Green Bay Packers are honoring a fake American flag.


That was a bridge too far even for the social justice sports network.

One person described the flag as “very unamerican”…

How many players decided to disrespect Old Glory during the 2018-19 season opener between the Atlanta Falcons and defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles?

Well, with Nike’s Colin Kaepernick ad airing during the game, Americans may have figured the kneeling controversy was not yet entirely dead and gone.

They may be right.

In fact, two Eagles players took a seat on the bench before the anthem was through, per USA Today:

Two Philadelphia Eagles players – defensive end Michael Bennett and Jay Ajayi – took seats on the bench near the end of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” but that was the extent of it.

All of the Atlanta Falcons players stood at attention for the duration, as did the bulk of the Eagles, while the Philadelphia-bred R&B group Boyz II Men sang the anthem.

More from The Hill:

There were no visible demonstrations by NFL players during the national anthem before the season opener on Thursday night.

All of the Atlanta Falcons and most of the Philadelphia Eagles stood throughout the anthem, including players who have previously demonstrated, such as Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins.


Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett wandered around the bench throughout the anthem and sat down near the end, but he did not kneel.

Most of the players reportedly had their hands over the chests throughout the anthem.

Last month, several Eagles players, including Jenkins, did not take the field during the national anthem at a preseason game, extending the ongoing protests by NFL players. Jenkins also raised his fist during the national anthem at a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.

John S.
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