Sporting News – Gerald McCoy said he plans to stand for the anthem this season, but he doesn’t like the idea of the NFL banning players for kneeling.
The Buccaneers defensive lineman said forcing players to stand will result in an “uproar” and would be a violation of the First Amendment.
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