1. Doherty Memorial High School player, Mike Oppong.[caption id="attachment_70641" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Photo: @CarlSetterlund / Twitter[/caption]
He has to sit out one game because of the protest.
My coaches and principals have decided to suspend me for 1 game.— BLACK LIVES MATTER (@Oppong_5) September 11, 2016
2. Black players on West Virginia Tech University's womens volleyball team.
3 . Woodrow Wilson High School football players and coaches in New Jersey.
Video of Woodrow Wilson players and coaches taking a knee for national anthem before Saturday's game vs. Highland pic.twitter.com/JBhtaslq0i — Philip Anastasia (@PhilAnastasia) September 10, 2016
4. Denver Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall.*Note: Marshall has since lost a sponsorship deal with Air Academy Federal Credit Union
5. Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters.Photo: John Sleezer / AP
As his team locked arms in solidarity of 9/11, Peters raised his fist.
6. New England Patriots’ Devin McCourt and Martellus Bennett.
Martellus Bennett and Devin McCourty kept their fists in the air after the anthem. pic.twitter.com/VoPWkipGbl — Rich Hill (@PP_Rich_Hill) September 12, 2016
7. Miami Dolphins’ Jelani Jenkins, Arian Foster, Michael Thomas, and Kenny Stills.
The team released a statement acknowledging the individual rights of players to observe the anthem in their own way.
pic.twitter.com/dBR82TnATs — Miami Dolphins (@MiamiDolphins) September 11, 2016
8. Maury High football players in Virginia.Photo: pilotonline.com
The coach took no issue.
Several Maury players took a knee during the national anthem. Coach Fraser spoke about giving his players freedom pic.twitter.com/H1ovC4Muhh — Brian SaundersII (@SportsWriter_BS) September 10, 2016
9. Lincoln Southeast high school football players.
10. This young man at Waggener High in Louisville.
Following Colin Kaepernick's lead a Waggener player takes a knee during the national anthem @WHAS11 @WHAS11Sports pic.twitter.com/y7QI32v3qo — Holden Kurwicki (@WHAS11Holden) September 9, 2016
11. A group of players from Auburn High in Rockford, Ill.Photo: Brandon Gordon / Facebook
12. University of Tulsa cornerback Keanu Hill.
#TU issues statement on Keanu Hill kneeling during anthem yesterday. The university's response at 5:30 on @NewsOn6. pic.twitter.com/taRQ7xSYix — Scott Pfeil (@scottpfeil) September 11, 2016
13. Players in Minnesota.
Young brothers in Minneapolis took a knee for injustice last night during the National Anthem. pic.twitter.com/CMMsxMSVEB — Shaun King (@ShaunKing) September 10, 2016
14. Jurrell Casey, Wesley Woodyard and Jason McCourty from the Tennessee Titans.
Tennessee Titans. The movement grows... pic.twitter.com/aeyKH6zQi1 — Michael Skolnik (@MichaelSkolnik) September 11, 2016