Seahawks fan verbally attacks players over national anthem protests - WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

  • Seahawks fan verbally attacks players over national anthem protests - WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

Seahawks fan verbally attacks players over national anthem protests - WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

An irate woman showed up at the Seattle Seahawks' practice facility on Monday to let several players on the team know that she's not OK with the fact that they've been protesting during the national anthem.

"... You can't get up and be a man", the woman says through her auto window. 'I don't care who you are. "All I care about is that my tax dollars pay for you to play, and go (expletive) play and get off your (expletive) knees". Instead, opting to get on their knees and not properly represent the country which gave them the opportunity to play football.

"What's your name?" one of the players asks.

Thorpe filmed the entire incident as the woman yelled at him from her truck. "Wowwwww please pray for da world".

Two Seattle Seahawks players were subjected to vile abuse outside the club's training ground.

The video appears to have started midway through the conversation, picking up right where the woman is telling them that they should "stand up and be men". According to Yahoo Sports, the National Football League and its teams get their money via season-ticket holders, broadcast contracts, sponsors and other paying customers. Don't mention one without mentioning the other.

Tyson, a sixth-round pick in the 2017 draft, didn't play a game during his rookie season.

In August of 2017, Michael Bennett also explained why he chose to sit during The National Anthem.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has made it very clear he supports his players' decision to kneel as there is no rule requiring players to stand for the anthem.

"From what I understand, the Seahawks are looking to move him", Rapoport said. "Production has been really no question here, but this is a team that's trying to maybe quiet things down a little bit compared to over the last couple years".