• Lebron James, Aaron Rodgers and More Athletes Slam Drew Brees for National Anthem Remarks

    1 month ago - By E! Online

    NFL quarterback Drew Brees can add one more fumble to his career total.
    The New Orleans Saints star is the latest public figure to spark backlash over his comments surrounding his beliefs...
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  • Drew Brees Facing Backlash After He Says He ‘Will Never Agree' With Kneeling During Anthem

    Drew Brees Facing Backlash After He Says He ‘Will Never Agree' With Kneeling During Anthem

    1 month ago - By Mediaite

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    New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is facing backlash after an interview with Yahoo, in which he said he still opposed NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem.
    Yahoo Finance reporter Daniel Roberts asked Brees for his thoughts about “players kneeling again when the NFL seasons starts, ” as “a lot of people expect we will see.” Roberts prefaced the question by framing the protests, led by former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, as “always being about police brutality.”
    “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag...
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  • Drew Brees Slammed By Teammates, Sports Journalists Over Comments About Kneeling Protests

    Drew Brees Slammed By Teammates, Sports Journalists Over Comments About Kneeling Protests

    1 month ago - By The Wrap

    New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees was slammed by fellow pro athletes and sports journalists on Wednesday over comments he made about kneeling protests.
    When asked during a Yahoo Finance interview how he would feel if players started kneeling during the anthem Colin Kaepernick-style when the NFL season restarts, Brees said, “I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country.”
    His own teammate, wide receiver Michael Thomas, seemed to respond on Twitter when he posted a single emoji indicating he felt sick. Thomas' tweet came in...
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