GREEN BAY — Mike McCarthy doesn’t know if anyone on his sideline will join the ranks of NFL players using the national anthem as an opportunity to protest.But if they do, the Green Bay Packers coach can say this for certain: They will do so with a knowledge of the history of the anthem and an understanding of how important he believes it is.Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett — the brother of Packers tight end Martellus Bennett — and Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch...
GREEN BAY -- Vince Biegel was watching. And, cheering. And if there were any pangs of jealousy as he watched his former University of Wisconsin teammate and fellow NFL rookie pass rusher T.J. Watt record a pair of sacks in his preseason debut for the Pittsburgh Steelers last Friday night, well, Biegel wasn’t letting on.“Listen, you always cheer for your teammates. It was awesome to see T.J. do well in his debut, as a fellow Badger,” the Green Bay Packers rookie outside linebacker said.
GREEN BAY — Martellus Bennett didn’t necessarily want to talk Tuesday about the recent unrest in Charlottesville, Va., or about NFL players’ silent protests during pregame renditions of the national anthem — including that of his brother Michael, a defensive end with the Seattle Seahawks who sat through The Star-Spangled Banner before Sunday’s preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers.The Green Bay Packers outspoken veteran tight end wishes he lived in a society that was beyond all...
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