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NFL owners to consider requiring players stand for anthem
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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell asked team owners to consider requiring players to stand for the national anthem on Oct. 10, after President Trump stepped up his criticism of the players and the league's use of tax breaks.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell asked team owners to consider requiring players to stand for the national anthem on Oct. 10, after President Trump stepped up his criticism of the players and the league's use of tax breaks.
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