Return your Dolphins tickets, Broward police union tells members

Return your Dolphins tickets, Broward police union tells members

It's unclear how the NFL will actually handle national anthem protests this year.

Dolphins players Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson kneeled and Robert Quinn raised his fist during the national anthem before their preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Thursday.

Skirvin said the union requested the same ticket plan a year ago with members attending the first responder night, but players protested.

The union said it is no longer participating in the discount ticket program and was urging its counterpart police organizations in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties to do the same.

The Palm Beach County Police Benevolent Association issued a Facebook statement on tickets.

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The policy said players would be allowed to stay in the locker room during the anthem if they chose - but if any team personnel did kneel on the field, the team would be fined.

The NFL and its player's union have been working to resolve a complaint filed in court in July about the new policy forcing players to stand for the anthem. "We entered into this partnership with the understanding that the Dolphins organization would require their players to stand for the national anthem". This did not happen at last night preseason game against Tampa Bay.

Jordan even offered to buy the tickets of one fan who said he was thinking of giving up his season tickets because of the protests.

While Trump may not be able to suspend National Football League players, we guarantee he'll continue tweeting about the issue throughout the entire season so he can distract his racist fans from seeing how much of a dumpster fire his administration has been. Stills suggested the league start by with employing Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid, the two players who started the movement to protest police brutality and racial and social injustice by kneeling during the anthem.

"My brother @kstills continued his protest of systemic oppression tonight by taking a knee".

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