Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, and Miami Dolphins among teams that protested racism at season kickoff
Teams use their platform Sunday to protest racial injustice. This even as they played and largely empty stadiums. Seattle's Jason Myers kick the ball through the end zone to start the Seahawks season in Atlanta, and then both teams. Joined together and dropped to one knee. Minnesota Vikings hosted the family of George Floyd across the league, few dozen players as well as the Indianapolis coach, Frank, right. Knelt during the national anthem, Other teams state in their locker rooms. The Miami Dolphins had already announced last week. They would stay in the locker room for the playing of the anthem for the entire season.