Tom Brady appears to support Aaron Rodgers' message of unity

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The comments sparked many throughout the National Football League, including players and owners, to speak out about his comments. Passion. Love. Brotherhood. Team. Commitment. Dedication. Determination. Respect.

"I met him probably 15, 16 years ago", Brady said of Trump.

He followed this up by pouring more gasoline on the fire with a series of tweets. "Find something else to do!"

In addition to several football players, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, and the NFL Players Association, Trump's comments also prompted criticism from Patriots owner and close friend Robert Kraft. Now, we'll have to wait and see if that show of support actually carries over from social media to the field.

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The Patriots' fans, on the other hand, didn't take too kindly to the perceived protest of the National Anthem. "There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder".

Players for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens locked arms in a show of solidarity as many players opted to kneel during the anthem. Later on Sunday, Khan released a statement saying that it was a privilege to stand with his players.

"I am deeply disappointed by the tone of the comments made by the president on Friday", Kraft said, referring to Trump's initial suggestion during a rally Friday night that players who kneel should be fired. "I believe in all of us coming together".

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