24 hours after a team meeting to discuss comments made by President Donald Trump regarding player protests during the National Anthem, Bills remained vocal in the locker room following their 26-16 victory over the Denver Broncos. Prior to kickoff several members of the Bills and Broncos knelt during the singing of the Star Spangled Banner while others locked arms in a show of solidarity. “45 is going to say those things and as disturbing as that is, that’s not what our leader is supposed to do.
Orchard Park, NY - Jim Kelly wants everyone to come together. He's had enough of both the comments from President Trump and the player protests during the national anthem. Kelly supported Donald Trump during his presidential campaign, but said he wishes the president worry about other problems instead of the NFL. After the anthem in Orchard Park Sunday, Kelly shared a hug with Marcell Dareus. Kelly said he's talked with Thurman Thomas. He thinks the players have made their point with the protest.
Orchard Park, NY - After Jim Kelly blasted Bills running back LeSean McCoy for kneeling and stretching during the player of the national anthem, defensive end Jerry Hughes had harsh words for the hall of fame quarterback. “I was very disappointed in (Jim),” Hughes said on Monday. “I was very disappointing in how he approached the whole situation. Our team came together and we united as a front and as an organization on how we were going to approach the national anthem."
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