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Across the country players knelt, sat or linked arms on the touchline as national anthem Star Spangled Banner was played.A match between Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars held in London saw two dozen players take a knee.NFL players and owners across the US knelt or stood with arms their arms linked during the national anthem to highlight racial injustice and police brutality in America, on Sunday, September 24.The Take a Knee movement was started by quarterback Colin Kaepernick who knelt before a pre-season game for the San Francisco 49ers in 2016.There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.” The poignant display has been adopted by the Black Lives Matter movement.Other footballers have followed in Kaepernick's footsteps and a verbal attack on those who protest by Trump prompted the largest-scale anti-racism protests in the league yet.
On Friday he tweeted: "If a player wants the privilege of making millions of dollars in the NFL, or other leagues, he or she should not be allowed to disrespect our Great American Flag (or Country) and should stand for the National Anthem. He added: "If NFL fans refuse to go to games until players stop disrespecting our Flag & Country, you will see change take place fast. " Trump accused those that had knelt of letting their country down.
Others including Jaguars owner Shad Khan - who donated £1million to Trump's presidential campaign - stood and locked arms.
Both teams later stood as God Save the Queen was played.
NFL players across America are continuing to "take a knee" during the country's national anthem in a display of protest and defiance.
The demonstrations - which have taken place across the US and in London - have been repeatedly criticised by US President Donald Trump.
LT Alejandro Villanueva, who served in the Army, stood by the tunnel pic.twitter.com/te TCo J3v Fx — Master Tesfatsion (@Master Tes) September 24, 2017 National Anthem taking place in Chicago. On the other sideline Bears players standing in with arms locked hands on hearts pic.twitter.com/M7de TBF1Me — Stacey Dales (@Stacey Dales) September 24, 2017 Obviously, as you can see, one single Steelers player — military veteran Alejandro Villanueva — opted to stand for the anthem itself, but in the tunnel near the locker room rather than on the field.