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This is how Ravens and Jaguars players responded to Trump during today’s first NFL game

Some protest, lots of arm-linking.

The owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars football team, Shahid Khan, linked arms with his players during the national anthem.

We had two pressing questions before the Baltimore Ravens - Jacksonville Jaguars game that just kicked off in London:

Now we know. It looks as though players, coaches and team staff on both teams all participated in some form of response, though only some of them appeared to be protesting. And viewers around the world were able to watch it in detail, via Verizon and the NFL’s livestream of the game.

Here’s a quick survey: Note that all of the sideline shots show players and staff — including Jaguars owner Shahid Khan, in the fourth screengrab in this set — linking arms during the “Star Spangled Banner,” while some players also knelt.

The owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars football team, Shahid Khan, linked arms with his players during the national anthem.

Prepare for a day of this. Even New England Patriots owners Bob Kraft, a longtime Trump supporter, has now lined up against the president on this one.


This article originally appeared on Recode.net.

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