Shame: Miami Dolphins Implement Punishments For Future Player Protests

There is no bottom to the absurdity that comes from the NFL. On Thursday, the Miami Dolphins announced a new policy with on their punitive punishments against players who are protesting police brutality and racial inequality. 

AP reported that the organization was enacting a “Proper Anthem Conduct” policy where any player engaging in protests during the national anthem could be fined and suspended up to four games.

ESPN’s Mina Kimes points out the absurdity by comparing it to Jameis Winston’s light punishment.

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Jameis Winston was suspended 3 games for groping a woman.

In light of this extreme policy, Colin Kaepernick immediately comes to mind as he continues to get blackballed.

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This clip of Max Kellerman speaking on Colin Kaepernick and racial injustice as a whole is a must-watch.

This is part of an attempt to try and appease Donald Trump who will continue to attack the NFL and its players no matter what. These owners never learn.

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