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Saints Call Disabled Veteran Declining NFL Honor Over Anthem Protests 'Sad and Divisive'

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Saints Call Disabled Veteran Declining NFL Honor Over Anthem Protests 'Sad and Divisive'When a disabled, retired Navy veteran declined to be honored at this Sunday’s New Orleans Saints game due to the ongoing National Football League (NFL) player protests during the National Anthem, the Saints publicly replied, calling his decision “sad and divisive.”

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News video: Papa John Blaming NFL Protests for Falling Sales

▶ Papa John Blaming NFL Protests for Falling Sales 00:39

During a Wednesday call with analysts, pizza chain Papa John's blamed NFL national anthem protests for its falling sales. CEO John Schnatter said, "The NFL has hurt us. And more importantly, by not resolving the current debacle to the players and owners satisfaction, NFL leadership has hurt Papa...

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