New uniforms worn by NFL players protesting against the NFL’s handling of the national anthem are in the spotlight for a second straight day, with some players wearing Nazi-themed uniforms.
The New York Jets, Seattle Seahawks and Minnesota Vikings have all worn uniforms that feature a Nazi-like Nazi uniform.
One NFL player, a member of the Miami Dolphins, wore a swastika armband while kneeling in protest of the playing of the anthem in New York.
“We are in solidarity with the thousands of players who have chosen to kneel and stand and continue to raise their fists in a silent protest against the injustice that is taking place in our country today,” he wrote on Instagram.
“Not my role, my responsibility.
It is not my call or responsibility to decide what is appropriate for our country and my role is to stand up for what is right.”
The players’ kneeling has become a flashpoint in a national debate about racism and police brutality.
In the United States, more than 1,000 people have been arrested in connection with protests over the past two months in response to Trump’s presidency.
The protests have led to dozens of deaths and have prompted calls for NFL players to stand during the anthem.
The uniforms have sparked a national discussion about how NFL players are perceived by others, and a number of players have made a point of wearing them to protest racism, according to the Associated Press.
Some players have said they would not do so if the players wore a different uniform.
The NFL has not released the uniforms of the teams, but a spokesperson said the league is working with league-wide staff to provide uniform options for players who want them.
“While we have a range of uniforms in the works, we are still developing the designs,” the spokesperson said.
“The NFL and the league office have been working with our league-related staff to develop uniform options.
We’re excited to have this opportunity to offer them to players.”
“We want to have them all be as American as possible, not as the uniforms,” said Seattle Seahawks defensive end Bobby Wagner, a teammate of Kaepernick’s and a vocal supporter of the protests.