With the NFL commissioner, players and other league officials meeting next week over the anthem protests, it seems the league’s kneeling controversy may be coming to an end.
But for a collection of Dolphins players, their work is just beginning, even if the kneeling is over.
Since last September, when Kenny Stills and Michael Thomas were among the Dolphins players that began kneeling during the national anthem, the narrative around their pregame protest has not changed.
“I feel like our message is still being taken the wrong way,” says Stills from the team locker room on Wednesday.
So he, Thomas and other Dolphins are making sure that their message doesn’t get lost.
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