The Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens sidelines locked arms, and about half of both team’s players took a knee during the national anthem, before their Week 3 matchup.
Even Jaguars owner Shad Khan was on the field, with his arms locked in between Marcedes Lewis and Telvin Smith. He is the first NFL owner to participate in pregame protests.
A multitude of #Ravens and #Jaguars players kneeling during the National Anthem this morning, the rest of the team locking arms in unison pic.twitter.com/c97tPS9PxC— Ashlyn Sullivan (@ashlynrsullivan) September 24, 2017
Taking knee#Jaguars— Ryan O'Halloran (@ryanohalloran) September 24, 2017
93, 39, 21, 56, 94, 20, 93, 99, 95, 92, 44, 27, 91 and 23.
Never seen an owner taking part in an anthem demonstration with players. But there is #Jaguars owner Shad Khan locking arms with players— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 24, 2017
Members of the Ravens and Jaguars kneeled during the national anthem in response to Trump tweets including Terrell Suggs and Ray Lewis. pic.twitter.com/fGrfIoRtdz— Jessie (@JMKTV) September 24, 2017