Trump rips anthem protestors: 'Get that son of a b—- off the field'

(Warning: Story/video contains coarse language)Trump wishes NFL owners would tell anthem protesters "get that son of a bitch off the field right now"— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) September 23, 2017President Donald Trump threw another verbal jab at Colin Kaepernick and other anthem protesters during a rally Friday in Huntsville, Alabama.Trump,

Cowboys' Bryant clarifies comments on anthem protests

Don't ever think Dez Bryant doesn't care.The Dallas Cowboys wide receiver clarified comments he made in training camp two weeks ago."My whole thing about that whole situation is like people think that I don't care,'' Bryant said, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. "That's crazy.""I'm not criticizing

Where do anthem protests in NFL go from here?

Welcome to Wednesday War Room! Here, Yahoo Sports’ football minds kick around the topics of the day with humor, insight, and perhaps even a little emotion. Today, we’re talking anthem protests and preseason injuries. Want to join in? Read on to see how. Onward! Question 1: With the Cleveland Browns

Browns' DeValve, 1st white player to kneel for anthem, explains motivation

Browns tight end Seth DeValve became the man that national-anthem protester Michael Bennett had been hoping for, as he joined a group of Cleveland players who chose to kneel and huddle during The Star-Spangled Banner before a preseason game against the New York Giants on Monday night.Related: Seahawks' Bennett: White

Carr wanted to display unity with 'best friend' Mack during anthem

Derek Carr says his decision to place his hand on Oakland Raiders teammate Khalil Mack's shoulder during the national anthem Saturday wasn't a protest but a display of unity intended to promote racial inclusiveness."Obviously, we're not protesting. You know, we're not doing anything like that," Carr said after the game,