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The NBC analyst took issue with Trump using the phrase “son of a bitch” in suggesting at a rally that NFL players who did not stand during the national anthem should be “fired."
Washington hosts undefeated Oakland in prime time.
Washington also released an unsigned statement, which makes no mention of Trump but extols football as "great unifier."
Some Trump friends and donors issued stern rebukes, while others remained silent
The star wide receiver contributed two TDs and one celebration penalty to loss that drops Giants' record to 0-3.
After president’s calls to ‘fire or suspend’ those who protest before games, football players lock arms to show unity with each other.
Team owner Richard Childress said that protests will “get you a ride on a Greyhound bus.”
J.J. Hardy hits winning home run as the team finishes with its lowest home attendance in a season since 2011.
"The Workers Cup" follows migrant workers in Qatar. The workers are subject to harsh conditions but also play in their own tournament.
Games like Sunday’s win over the Mets might dictate who plays when in October, and who plays when in October might dictate who wins in October.
Lynden Gooch and Terrence Boyd scored, while Christian Pulisic, Fabian Johnson, Bobby Wood and DeAndre Yedlin started in European leagues.
Maybe he was just marking his territory. After all, he scored again not long afterward.
President Trump's Aug. 22 speech in Alabama and his tweet that rescinded Stephen Curry's invitation to the White House prompted celebrities, athletes and coaches to publicly respond to his statements.
The national anthem demonstration wasn't the first time Khan, a Trump donor and the NFL's only Muslim owner, has opposed the president.