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Nike features NFL's Colin Kaepernick among athletes in 'Just Do It' campaign

Nike Inc has chosen Colin Kaepernick, the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem as a protest against racism, a move that could draw US President Donald Trump's ire.

Suspend NFL players protesting during national anthem, tweets US President Donald Trump

United States President Donald Trump reacted in anger Friday to NFL players kneeling or raising a fist during the national anthem.


NFL: At least five players protest during anthem in pre-season

Dolphins receivers Albert Wilson and Kenny Stills knelt behind teammates as the anthem played while defensive end Robert Quinn raised his right fist.

EA Sports apologize for cutting Colin Kaepernick's name from Madden soundtrack

Colin Kaepernick has been unable to find a team since sparking protests during the national anthem by taking the knee over brutality against blacks.

Trump urges NFL to ban players kneeling during anthem

Last Friday, Trump told a political rally any protesting player was a "son of a bitch" who should be fired, and urged a boycott of NFL games, triggering protests by dozens of players, coaches and some owners before Sunday's games.

Amazon's NFL deal said to include $30 million in free marketing

Amazon's deal with NFL may have $30 million worth of free marketing, pushing the total value of the contract upto $80 million.


Amazon scores streaming rights for NFL's Thursday Night Football Inc will live-stream games for the US National Football League this year to attract fans to its Prime shopping and video-playback club.

Facebook in talks with MLB to live stream one game per week

Facebook Inc is in talks with Major League Baseball to live stream one game per week during the upcoming season.

Super Bowl 50: As ugly as it was, it was beautiful for Peyton Manning

In the ugliest Super Bowl, the only thing to celebrate was Denver Boncos defence that gave Peyton Manning his second ring.

Super Bowl commercial causes outrage on Twitter

Immediately after the Nationwide advertisement was screened, twitter was abuzz with criticism.