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Marshawn Lynch sports 'Everybody vs. Trump' t-shirt before Broncos-Raiders game

By: JAY BUSBEE, Yahoo! Sports
October 1, 2017 Updated: October 1, 2017 at 7:50 pm
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Marshawn Lynch’s “Everybody vs. Trump” shirt (via screenshot)

Marshawn Lynch was one of the first players in the 2017 season to sit during the national anthem. While other players noted that the protests were to highlight racial injustice and police brutality, Lynch never indicated why he was sitting.

Sunday afternoon, in the wake of a second round of NFL protests, Lynch made his perspective clear, arriving at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver for the Raiders' game against the Broncos wearing a shirt that read, “EVERYBODY VS. TRUMP.”

The reference, of course, is to the ongoing protests in the NFL which began as demonstrations during the national anthem but have expanded to a direct repudiation of President Donald Trump himself.

Read more at yahoo.com.

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