A White House veteran delivers a pointed message.

"There will be no discipline handed down this week,” league spokesman Joe Lockhart says.

The quarterback, who linked arms with a teammate as he stood for the anthem, called the president's remarks “divisive."

Redskins players, owner link arms during anthem following Trump’s criticism

Washington also released an unsigned statement, which makes no mention of Trump but extols football as "great unifier."

Redskins Gameday: Washington dominates Oakland in 27-10 win; players, Snyder link arms

The Redskins and owner Daniel Snyder linked arms during the national anthem, with some players taking a knee. Once the game started, Washington earned an impressive victory.

Redskins’ Su’a Cravens holds fan appreciation event, offers little on his future

The Redskins safety, who will not play in 2017, hopes to be back in the NFL next year.

  • Perspective

A weekend that began with the president’s vitriol ended with a work force’s resolve. What now?

Von Miller's little joke on Tyrod Taylor backfired. Bigly.

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For one day, at least, labor strife and clashes over player disciplinary cases were put aside.

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Villanueva, a former Army Ranger who stood alone for the national anthem Sunday, shared his thoughts on Kaepernick this summer.

The Redskins cornerback speaks emotionally about the President's recent remarks.

Washington rolls to 27-10 victory over Oakland in impressive performance on national television.

As in any crowd the size of Sunday night's, opinions ran the gamut, but the relative civility was welcome in today's climate.

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."

Some Trump friends and donors issued stern rebukes, while others remained silent

  • Analysis

The star wide receiver contributed two TDs and one celebration penalty to loss that drops Giants' record to 0-3.

Team owner Richard Childress said that protests will “get you a ride on a Greyhound bus.”

  • Perspective

In the face of the president’s criticism, the league’s players, fans and owners showed him two things he can neither comprehend nor inspire: empathy and unity

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The Chiefs have ripped off so many big plays during a 3-0 start this season that the latest, a 69-yard touchdown run by Kareem Hunt against the Chargers on Sunday, wasn’t even supposed to happen.

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Eagles running back Darren Sproles tore his ACL and broke his wrist on the same play in Sunday’s win over the Giants.

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They were memorable images bookending a day around the NFL that will remain memorable — for absolutely nothing at all to do with football itself.

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For one of those rare times, the focus at NFL stadiums was on what happened before the games. What occurred on the sidelines, or in the tunnels leading to the locker rooms.

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Chris Thompson is quickly becoming a matchup nightmare.

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Convinced no one outside their locker room gave them a chance to beat the Oakland Raiders, the Washington Redskins put together the kind of complete performance that made them worthy of the prime-time spotlight.

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Derek Carr’s interception streak came to a crashing halt, and so did the invincibility of the Oakland Raiders’ offense.

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Matthew Stafford’s pass to Golden Tate was ruled to be just short of the goal line in the final seconds, overturning the call on the field and allowing the Atlanta Falcons to hold on for a 30-26 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.

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Aaron Rodgers looked around the locker room before Green Bay’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals and noticed all the Packers starters sidelined with injuries. Defensive lineman Mike Daniels, receiver Randall Cobb and left tackle David Bakhtiari, just to name a few.

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The Tennessee Titans believe they can play with the NFL’s best this season, and a big win over the Seattle Seahawks is just the latest proof to back them up.

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For the first quarter and a half, the Kansas City Chiefs looked like maybe the best team in the NFL.

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Different city, but the same story for the San Diego-turned-Los Angeles Chargers.

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The Cincinnati Bengals came so close to breaking through for a win.

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