Just wondering about everyone's position here.
While I sympathize with (Kaepernick's) initial reasoning, I'm not sure I agree with kneeling. Whatever social niggles the US has, the flag and National Anthem are as much to honor those who fought and/or died for the country.
That said, my opinion shifted once Trump weighed in. A President suggesting people be fired (i.e. punished) for kneeling during the National Anthem makes it a direct case of government interfering with freedom of speech, something those same soldiers fought and died defending.
NFL - the Patriots will win their sixth Super Bowl.
Kneeling - what the other twenty-nine teams should do when in the presence of the Patriots.
Okay. I covered it.