Jerry Hughes "disappointed" in Jim Kelly

Posted September 30, 2017

On 97 Rock this morning, Kelly said he "100 percent" disagrees with what McCoy did during the anthem.

Hughes also added that he doesn't really know why Jim Kelly is on the sidelines during Bills home games.

But instead of publicly prioritizing policy and courting votes, the provocateur president spent three days attacking the NFL players who kneel during the national anthem. "Sometimes quarterbacks get bottled up in, 'I have to throw the ball.' But now you start to see more of the scramblers ... and he's one of them".

In addition to attacks on National Football League players, Trump also rescinded a White House invitation for basketball player Stephen Curry, a star player for NBA champions Golden State Warriors. After handling the Jets easily in week one, Buffalo headed to Carolina where, as bad the offense played, they still had a chance to win it on the final play of the game.

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"We ran our O-line back on, we had the ideal look, but we were short one guy", Joseph described as he walked the media through his thought process on the critical play. Emanuel Sanders was a focal point of this week's game plan and made seven catches.

"Even though I'm thankful the Bills won today, I'm really upset and sad about what's happening", Kelly said in an Instagram post. "When people say you should leave this country, that's not what you do".

A host of Broncos players knelt during the playing of the national anthem on Sunday and fans have had mixed reactions.

"I was very disappointed in him", Hughes said, via quotes distributed by the team. The greatest country in the world and if you don't think we are the greatest country in the world and you reside here, then why do you stay? He should have let us know how he was going to do the national anthem.

"You don't kneel for the flag, you stand and salute", he said. That's your prerogative. I would never do that. "I believe people have the right to protest; I just don't believe that's the proper venue for it". And I was like, come on Shady, that's not right. You just don't do that. "That's my personal opinion", Joseph said.

McCoy's opinion on the matter has clearly changed since he sounded off on Colin Kaepernick, the first National Football League player to take a knee during the anthem, in August. I chose to take a knee on that. I just feel it's disrespectful to the ones who sacrificed their lives and it's maybe the wrong platform. In the previous Sunday, there were approximately 10 players who protested during the anthem. He had a lot of his relatives, family members who worked in the military. "And, when your leader, our president, makes different comments, it's hard for me to respect". As a team, a lot of times we're able to have a dialogue and talk about those things behind closed doors.

Taylor tossed a 6-yard touchdown pass to tight end Charles Clay that put the Bills up 20-16 midway through the third quarter.

He echoed similar sentiments on the radio.