Four Tennessee Titans players raised their fists in unison at the end of the playing of the national anthem prior to their team's game against the Houston Texans. Those four players were cornerback Jason McCourty, linebacker Wesley Woodyard, defensive end Daquan Jones, and defensive tackle Jurrell Casey. The four players' gesture seemed to be a continuation of their raised fist protest from earlier in the season:

Their display came in addition to DeSean Jackson wearing "protest" cleats during pregame warmups before the Redskins-Browns kickoff.

In addition to Washington, the protesting also went international. The Colts' cornerback Antonio Cromartie took a knee and raised a fist in London.

Cromartie later left the game with what was probably a shoulder injury:

According to the Associated Press, there "did not appear to be other visible anthem demonstrations as other early afternoon games began."

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