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Seahawks teammates opens up about what's needed next for national anthem protests

Seattle Seahawks teammates Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril are suggesting that if a high-profile, white NFL player joined the national anthem protest, it would serve to legitimize Colin Kaepernick’s stance and bring the whole thing into focus. 298 more words


Seahawks Michael Bennett: ‘Need A White Guy To Join The Fight’

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Several black NFL players have taken a knee during the national anthem but now some are calling for white players to join the fight for social injustice. 273 more words


Seahawks' Michael Bennett: 'You need a white guy' to join anthem protests

Seattle Seahawks players Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril spoke this week about the need for a high-profile white player to join the national anthem protests that were started by 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick this season.  228 more words


Michael Bennett hates facing his brother in games because he has to take it easy on him

Michael Bennett is coming off a 10-sack season with the Seahawks as they try to return to the Super Bowl. As a part of Delta’s 12 Status program… 773 more words


Seahawks don't hesitate to add to social-issues conversation again

Pete Carroll encourages his Seahawks players to be themselves, which probably explains why more Seahawks are willing to express their opinions than players on many other teams. 600 more words

Pete Carroll

Seahawks' Michael Bennett Plans to Start a Team Book Club

The Founding Director of the Yale Cardiovascular Research Center, Michael Simons received his medical training at the Yale School of Medicine, where he graduated cum laude. 157 more words

Michael Simons

Carroll: Hawks will do Bennett deal 'when it makes sense'

Michael Bennett reportedly came to camp because he expects a reworked contract before the season, but that thinking goes against the Seahawks’ philosophy (no new deal with more than a year left), and Pete Carroll made it sound like nothing is going to happen this year. 195 more words

Pete Carroll