Five NFL Teams have adopted a “no kneeling” rule ahead of the 2023-24 regular season. The move comes after the league released the teams from contractual obligations regarding 1st Amendment rights as they apply to a private workplace.

“The league said we don’t have to provide a 1st Amendment venue since we’re not the federal government,” said St. Louis Rams General Manager Joe Barron, “We are absolutely allowed to police our own locker room and make our own rules.”

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