‘It’s a shame’: NFL players say they’ve lost sleep over Colin Kaepernick protest

NFL players have spoken out about the national anthem protests that have taken place across the league in recent days.

The protests, which have focused on racial inequality and police brutality, have also sparked a national debate about the anthem.

Here’s a look at what’s been said so far: Colin Kaepernick, quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers, spoke to reporters in San Francisco on Wednesday, Oct. 11, 2017, and said he is a supporter of the protest movement, which he said has been going on for “years.”

“I feel like it’s a very sad thing to see, a very tragic thing,” Kaepernick said.

I’m not trying to do something bad for the flag, I’m trying to represent what we represent.” “

But it’s important to me.

I’m not trying to do something bad for the flag, I’m trying to represent what we represent.”

Kaepernick’s comments came just hours after New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick called the protests “disrespectful” and a “disgrace.”

“It’s disrespectful to the American flag, and it’s disrespectful of the military, and I think it’s very disrespectful to those who have served our country,” Fitzpatrick said on Fox Sports Live.

It’s just disrespectful to our country and disrespecting the military.” “

It’s not even a matter of being racist.

It’s just disrespectful to our country and disrespecting the military.”

Kaepernick has not been fined or suspended by the NFL for his protests.

But a league spokesperson did say in a statement to ESPN on Tuesday that the league would be taking a “more robust” stance on the issue.