Tony Dungy doesn't understand what John Fox is doing with his quarterbacks

Tony Dungy doesn't understand what John Fox is doing with his quarterbacks

Tony Dungy doesn't understand what John Fox is doing with his quarterbacks

Following the president's comments about NFL players kneeling during the national anthem, the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears stood across the field from each other Thursday night with linked arms before competing in the nationally televised game. Packers players released a statement this week saying they would intertwine arms before the game as a show of unity. But in Green Bay the Bears ran for 103 yards.

After the game, when asked about his feelings on fans not joining him and the team in protest, Rodgers appeared disappointed, although he was happy with the win over the Bears.

Most people expected the Green Bay Packers to get the win against the Chicago Bears especially since they were at home but not many would have predicted how poorly the Bears would play. We sat down, Rich McKay and I and the ownership, and we said, 'We're going to play Trent Dilfer for two years.

However, they will be without starting free safety Lamarcus Joyner, who can't play due to a nagging hamstring injury.

Rogers said he was glad no one booed during the anthem, but noted that irony and respect for the flag go hand in hand in America. The national anthem will be shown in its entirety live at Lambeau Field. It's never been about the military. We're all patriotic in the locker room, we love our troops. This is about something bigger than that. "If we can help continue a conversation through demonstration of unity like tonight, I think that's a good thing".

"This is about equality", Rodgers explained.


Those three plus center Corey Linsley and right guard Jahri Evans will receive game balls for their performance, McCarthy said Friday, crediting offensive line coach James Campen and assistant Jeff Blasko for the smooth transition. "Out. He's fired. He's fired!"

A notable example happened earlier this week when the Dallas Cowboys were booed after the the team, coach, and even team owner Jerry Jones locked arms and took a collective knee prior to a game.

According to the National Football League rules, the management could eject a player immediately after hitting another player with a helmet.

"The NFL is in a box and they have to do something about it", Trump told Fox News.

"I think, as I've referenced, the quarterback gets a lot more credit and a lot more blame than they deserve", Fox said.

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