NFL And Players Union Will Meet With Owners About Anthem Protests

USA Today – Wednesday, NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy tweeted that commissioner Roger Goodell and union head DeMaurice Smith would be there to talk to owners about what the league can do to move forward on players’ concerns toward social issues.

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