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The Pittsburgh Steelers decided as a team to remain in the locker room before their game Sunday while the national anthem was being played, but one player strayed from the pack and walked out of the tunnel to pay tribute to the American flag. That player now has the hottest selling jersey in the NFL. (read more)

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The Pittsburgh Steelers presented their decision to stay off the field during the national anthem on Sunday as a unified decision to avoid controversy, but it is becoming quite clear that the move was controversial with some players. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger issued a statement via his official website on Monday saying that he felt the team should have approached the situation differently. (read more)

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The Indianapolis Colts are hoping to potentially have injured quarterback Andrew Luck back on the field for their Week 6 game against the AFC South-leading Tennessee Titans. If that were to happen, Luck would actually have to take to the practice field first. (read more)

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Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman knows all about trash talking on the field. He’s also an expert in shutting down opposing team’s top receivers. (read more)

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The Cincinnati Bengals opened up a 21-7 halftime lead against the Green Bay Packers on the road Sunday. For the Bengals, it represented the first three touchdowns for the team this season. (read more)

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TAMPA — Receivers Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson were the only Bucs players kneeling during the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Vikings, but DT Gerald McCoy said the team supports their protest "100 percent." . (read more)

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After being benched for two games, Yasiel Puig is expected to return to the Dodgers’ lineup for Tuesday’s game. Puig made the final out in Saturday’s 2-1 loss to the Giants on Saturday when he tried to steal second base and was thrown out. (read more)

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Alejandro Villanueva was the only Pittsburgh Steelers player to emerge from the locker room when the national anthem played on Sunday, and the offensive lineman says he is filled with regret over the decision making his teammates look bad. Villanueva delivered a statement about the situation on Monday, telling reporters the Steelers felt unified as a team Saturday night but “butchered” the way the (read more)

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