The “hands up” gesture by Stedman Bailey (12), Tavon Austin (11), Jared Cook, (89) Chris Givens (13) and Kenny Britt (81) led one St. Louis bar to switch allegencies from the Rams to the Chiefs.
The “hands up” gesture by Stedman Bailey (12), Tavon Austin (11), Jared Cook, (89) Chris Givens (13) and Kenny Britt (81) led one St. Louis bar to switch allegencies from the Rams to the Chiefs. L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
The “hands up” gesture by Stedman Bailey (12), Tavon Austin (11), Jared Cook, (89) Chris Givens (13) and Kenny Britt (81) led one St. Louis bar to switch allegencies from the Rams to the Chiefs. L.G. Patterson The Associated Press
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St. Louis bar now backs Chiefs after Rams players’ ‘hands up’ protest

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