When the Steelers took a knee in protest of police brutality during the national anthem earlier this month, the reaction was mixed.
The Steelers were booed off the field, and their players didn’t take a knee, but they were not the only team to take a stand.
The following week, the Pittsburgh Steelers honored the Black Lives Matter movement by kneeling during the anthem for the first time.
The team is also one of the most popular in the NFL, so it’s not surprising that they would feel compelled to honor the protest, which they are doing in their own unique way.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, which are playing at home this week, are among the most active teams in the league, having won 11 games in a row and playing three playoff games in the past three seasons.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have an impressive record of 17-0 since becoming a full-fledged NFL team in 2014.
They’re not the league’s biggest or deepest team, but the team’s success and the popularity of the team is a big reason the Steelers are able to stay in the playoffs and keep winning.
The most recent team to make the playoffs, the Kansas City Chiefs, won four consecutive Super Bowls from 2006-09.
The Chiefs, like the Steelers, are also a team that has historically struggled to stay competitive.
The franchise has been eliminated from the playoffs each of the last four seasons, and that trend is expected to continue this year.
The Steelers and Chiefs have never met in the postseason, but both are expected to play in the AFC Championship Game.
They also have a rivalry that dates back to the 1950s, and while the Steelers have never won a championship, the Chiefs have not been able to make it to the postseason since 2012.
The current feud has nothing to do with football, but it’s been going on for a long time.
The NFL is facing a growing trend of player kneeling during games, and the Pittsburgh and Chiefs are taking advantage of the situation by making their players kneel during the National Anthem, which was the first team to do so in the regular season.
The league has banned players from kneeling during a game from the start of the 2017 season, which is a move that was widely applauded by players and coaches alike.
The NFL has also issued fines for players who kneel, and a slew of players have been suspended for their actions.
The backlash against players kneeling during game time is something the NFL has struggled with for years.
The players have complained about their paychecks being cut and being denied promotions and even being benched by coaches.
The idea that players are going to kneel for the anthem is a controversial idea, and fans have largely been supportive of the NFL’s decision.
The protests, however, have not always been positive for the players.
Players have also complained about the players taking the opportunity to protest, and some fans have taken to social media to attack the players, calling them selfish and disrespectful.
The first controversy that was brought to the forefront by the players was a protest against the NFL Players Association’s decision to have a Super Bowl-themed “Super Bowl Stand,” a group of athletes who kneeled for the national Anthem.
The kneeling athletes were initially given the honor by the owners of the San Francisco 49ers, and later by the Pittsburgh Panthers.
A petition was set up to raise money for the group, which eventually garnered over 1.6 million signatures.
The owners were criticized for not addressing the issue of player protests, and they ultimately decided to keep the tradition of the kneeling players a secret until the national team had played its final game of the season.
In the end, the players’ protest did not go down well with many fans, and players started making a habit of kneeling during national anthem performances.
The next controversy brought to light by the kneeling athletes came in late 2018, when several players started kneeling during pregame warm-ups.
The anthem controversy had been brewing for years, and it only became a bigger deal when it came to the players after a video surfaced of former San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick making a gesture during the game that appeared to suggest he was protesting police brutality.
The controversy escalated in the weeks following the national game, and several players were suspended and the team was fined $1 million for violating the league rules.
The protests and the backlash have continued to grow over the past year, and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced in August that he would be stepping down at the end of the 2020 season.
He is expected back for a new four-year term in 2021.
The new commissioner has also said that the league is not taking any action against players who protest during the season, so players can continue to do their jobs.