Just a week after the majority of the Patriots’ members kneeled during the national anthem, details have revealed that they will all be standing during their next game.
The source league which revealed the information this Tuesday clarified in great detail that all Patriots players will be expected to stand during the national anthem before next Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, which will be taking place Gillette Stadium. Despite many standing and interlocking their arms during the playing of the national anthem last Sunday, a large portion kneeled, but that won’t be the case this time.
But despite their change of heart to stand proud and respect the national anthem and the American values it represents, the owner of the Patriots, Robert Kraft, has come forward along with many executives across the league to complain about President Trump’s remarks from his speech this Friday, in which he called the team owners to fire and eliminate protesting players.
In contrast to the NFL officials however, many conservative supporters have come forward expressing their outrage with the league and the protesting players, avoiding watching the NFL games on TV, burning season tickets and doing everything in their power to lower their ratings.
As if that wasn’t enough to serve as a slap of reality to the league, their biggest sponsor, Budweiser, has also released a statement criticizing their disrespectful actions, saying how they will have a talk about the whole thing.
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