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The controversy over NFL players protesting during the national anthem isn’t going away, despite — or perhaps because of — team owners’ efforts to stop players from using the forum to speak out on political causes.
The league’s attempt to turn responsibility for disciplining protesters over to individual teams backfired Thursday when the Miami Dolphins tried to categorize raising a fist or kneeling during the anthem as “conduct detrimental to the club. Analysis by Jimmy Golen. SENT: 1006 words.
FBN-Buccaneers-Training Camp Capsule. SENT: 346 words.
FBN-Dolphins-Training Camp Capsule. SENT: 362 words.
FBN-Jaguars-Training Camp Capsule. SENT: 272 words.
ST. PETERSBURG - Miami’s Pablo Lopez makes his fourth career start when the Marlins continue a weekend series against Ryne Stanek and the Tampa Bay Rays. By Mark Didtler. UPCOMING: 600 words, photos. Game starts at 6:10 p.m.
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