All But Six Houston Texans Players Kneel During Anthem Over “Inmates” Comment By Owner – VIDEO

Last week during an owner-player meeting Houston Texans owner Bob McNair referred to NFL plays as prisoners. A big response from the players on the team was expected. Well, it came. In response all but six Texans players knelt during the national anthem.

During the meeting McNair told representatives, “We can’t have inmates running the prison.”

This was immediately interpreted as racist by the media and activist players.

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It’s no secret that the Texans players have been plotting a revenge protest for Sunday. Well here it is.

All but six Houston Texans kneel during anthem.

Here is a shot of it from another angle.

Players in the NFL has made one thing clear. Anything something offends them they will respond by trashing the national anthem.

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