REPORT: Houston Texans Won’t Sign Any Player Who Protested During National Anthem

If your an NFL free agent interested in signing with the Houston Texans but once kneeled during the National Anthem, you might want to check them off the list.

According to the Houston Chronicle week the team is reportedly disinterssted in signing any players who displayed a form of protest during the anthem protests that have swept the league over the past two seasons.

The report comes not too long after Texans’ owner, Bob McNair referred to players kneeling during the anthem as “inmates [running the prison]”.



McNair later apologized and said he was not intending to call the players kneeling inmates.



The Cronicle also noted that “there are many who believe if McNair could field a team with all-white, all-conforming all-pro talent, he would.”

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