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  • Chiefs' Marcus Peters explains why he raised fist during anthem for 2016 opener

    Kansas City Chiefs players linked arms during the national anthem before the 2016 season opener against the San Diego Chargers and Marcus Peters, at the end of the line, raised his right fist in the air. He spoke about his decision after the game.

Chiefs' Marcus Peters explains why he raised fist during anthem for 2016 opener

Kansas City Chiefs players linked arms during the national anthem before the 2016 season opener against the San Diego Chargers and Marcus Peters, at the end of the line, raised his right fist in the air. He spoke about his decision after the game.
Jeff Rosen, John Sleezer and Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star