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NEW ORLEAN SAINTS QB Drew Brees on players taking a knee: "“I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country.”

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Waiting for those certain huddlers to stumble in this thread exposing themselves 

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And you fugers talk about Cam being a distraction lol

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Kneeling isn't disrespecting the flag, on this issue it's trying to keep it worth respecting.

I wonder how defensive players will view his opinion?

 

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Mob is strong on this one. He’s entitled to his opinion. I don’t care either way 

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Let him burn the team down this year if he wants.

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Not a fan of Brees at all but he has a right to his own opinions. Should’ve been a little smarter though and kept this one inside given the current landscape and effect it could have on some of his teammates. A simple “no comment,” as mentioned above, would suffice.

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