The NFL's 2018 preseason has officially begun and several players are keeping Colin Kaepernick's controversial protests alive.
During the National Anthem on Thursday, players at four separate games chose take a knee, raise their fists, or remain in the locker room during the National Anthem, in protest of police brutality and racism in America.
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According to Sports Illustrated, Philadelphia Eagles' De'Vante Bausby and Malcolm Jenkins raised their fists during the anthem, while Michael Bennett walked onto the field after the anthem finished playing. Defensive end Chris Long placed his left hand on Jenkins' shoulder in support. Read more...More about Sports, Donald Trump, Colin Kaepernick, Nfl Football, and National Anthem Protests