Tampa Bay Bucs Kneel Before Sunday's Game, Trump Reacts

Comments continue to come in today both for and against a growing number of NFL Players protesting social injustice by kneeling and locking arms during the national anthem Sunday.  

Before the Tampa Bay Buccaneers game, Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson took a knee, while other Bucs players locked arms. 

The Minnesota Vikings followed suit. In fact, more than 200 NFL players did some kind of demonstration before their games.  

President Trump tweeted out in support of locking arms in solidarity but called kneeling unacceptable.

Tampa Bay Bucs owner Joel Glazer also posted a statement yesterday, saying that his team respects opposing points of view.

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