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Locker Room Lawyer, Episode 7: National anthem protests

Which is the better protest: kneeling or raising a fist?

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Adam Jones supports NFL protests

Orioles outfielder calls baseball ‘a white man’s sport’

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Daily Dose: 9/12/16

Hillary Clinton’s health becomes an issue on the campaign trail

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

LeBron James’ empire grows in the TV world

He’s got another show on deck

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Daily Dose: 9/9/16

Brandon Marshall in support of Colin Kaepernick

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

An ode to Serena Williams

My favorite athlete of all time

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Allen Iverson is late to Hall of Fame news conference

Then reminds the world of exactly who he is

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Airbnb: Sorry for being racist

But we’re not changing the major problem

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Team turns its back on Megan Rapinoe

Washington Spirit moves up national anthem to prevent her protest

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.

Daily Dose: 9/8/16

Ryan Lochte gets his comeuppance

1:24 PMIn this week’s edition of Locker Room Lawyer, Clinton Yates and Domonique Foxworth take the case of national anthem protests by players across the NFL to The Undefeated courtroom.

During Week 1 of the NFL regular season, 18 players followed the lead of San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick by protesting the national anthem before games due to injustices black people face in this country. Some, like Kaepernick, knelt while The Star-Spangled Banner was played. Others raised a fist in the air and bowed their heads, a nod to the “Black Power salute” popularized by sprinters John Carlos and Tommie Smith at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

But which one is the better protest?

Domonique, the Locker Room Lawyer, takes the side of the players who rose their fists. Clinton sides with the players who knelt.

Check out the video, and if you have any professional athlete in mind (past or present) who needs the Locker Room Lawyer’s representation, feel free to email us at allday@theundefeated.com with episode ideas. Also, check out our weekly All Day Podcast.