Memo to Lou Dobbs and Ed Rollins: In order to burn a Nike thing, you'd first have to own a Nike thing.
Oh, it was an angry couple of moments for Lou Dobbs and Ed Rollins, both of whom have probably never owned anything made by Nike in their lives
Colin Kaepernick reminded the shoe company that Betsy Ross' flag was also, you know, a little bit associated with slavery, and Nike took his wise counsel given the times. Then the Republican Governor of Arizona had a fit.
Prime Time Sports tried to stand against Nike's Colin Kaepernick ads. Womp womp.
Prime Time Sports boycotted Nike merchandise and paid the ultimate price...
A modest proposal for MAGA types offended by Colin Kaepernick.
When Nike featured Colin Kaepernick in an ad to promote its merchandise, all hell broke loose on Fox News which launched an all-out attack on them.
The first person to start the NFL kneeling silent protest is the face of the 30th anniversary "Just Do It" ad campaign from NIKE.
Mueller is not the only one following collusion charges...NFL owners have some tricky questions to answer themselves.
There are many layers of wrong to how the NFL treats player protests.
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