Chiefs, Texas likely discuss staying in locker room for national anthem before kickoff: report


The head of Kansas City and the Houston Texans will end the NFL season on Thursday night as players plan to stage a joint demonstration protesting racial injustice before the game begins.

The two sides discussed the matter and one possibility involved both teams staying in the locker room during the national anthem, NFL Network reported on Thursday.

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Team leaders including Patrick Mahomes, Deshon Watson, Kenny Stills and Michael Thomas have been involved in those discussions, but according to reports, the plans are “fluid”.

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at the end of last month that he intended to support any player’s decision to protest during the national anthem after apologizing in June for handling the initial protests of Colin Kaepernick in 2016 .

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“We, the National Football League, condemn racism and the systematic oppression of black people. We, the National Football League, acknowledge that we were wrong for not listening to NFL players before, and encourage everyone to speak up and protest peacefully, ”he said at the time.