Players must take new approach to protests
What started as a protest by one player (Colin Kaepernik), has now blossomed into a full-scale player protest. I do not criticize them for protesting, and in fact I respect them for the idea; but, I think they have made their point. So, rather than kneeling during the anthem, which I feel is disrespectful to our country and its symbol, they can accomplish more by changing their tack. The player’s union has plenty of money from these millionaires. So, put it to good use and take out ads during the games, put up ads at the games and/or form groups to go into the poor areas and do community work. Instead of causing anger, they can actually do good.
— Dr. Saul Eisenstat, Carmel