These NFL Teams Are Having All Their Players Stand For The Anthem In Week 4

David Hookstead | Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

At least five NFL teams will have all of their players standing for the national anthem during the games on Sunday.

The Pittsburgh Steelers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Denver Broncos will join the New Orleans Saints, who stood this morning for the anthem, according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell.

There will likely be more teams that join in before it’s all said and done. The fact that five teams are standing after so many protested last week could be a sign the tanking ratings are getting teams to stop their anthem antics.

President Trump has been engaged in an open war with the NFL, and the league recently saw its favorability rating get cut in nearly half after all the protests. Fans appear to have had enough with millionaires lecturing the fans about oppression.

Check back throughout the day to find out what teams do during the games today.


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