The Sunday morning games are officially underway, and we have our first sign of the developing protest among NFL players. The Kansas City Chiefs elected to lock arms in unity, but Marcus Peters also raised his right first into the air, in a move similar to the black power salute at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.
Earlier this weekend, Peters expressed support for Kaepernick, saying he was 100 percent behind him. It would appear he wanted to show that support for the social issues during the National Anthem. The Chiefs offered up a statement about the decision to link arms. They said nothing about Peters’ one-handed salute.