NFL Stadiums Nearly Empty As Anthem Backlash Continues… US-Shaped Flag Unveiled Ahead Of 49ers Game

NFL HELL: Several Stadiums Nearly Empty As Anthem Protest Backlash Rolls Into Week 7 (PHOTOS)

Several NFL stadiums are nearly empty post kick-off as the National Anthem controversy rolls into week 7. 

Plenty of empty seats visible at the Hard Rock Stadium in Florida as the New York Jets play the Miami Dolphins.

“Swaths of empty seats here post kickoff,” tweeted columnist Armando Salguero.

The Cleveland Browns are playing at home against the Tennessee Titans. Plenty of empty seats to go around.

US-shaped flag unveiled ahead of San Francisco 49ers game


An American flag in the shape of the U.S. was unveiled Sunday ahead of the San Francisco 49ers game against the Dallas Cowboys, the latest response to a controversy that has embroiled the entire NFL over how teams respond to the national anthem.
The flag was unveiled at the San Francisco 49ers Levi’s Stadium.
Some 49ers players kneeled during the national anthem, according to multiple reports.
All of the players on the Dallas Cowboys stood for the anthem, according to the Dallas Morning News. David Irving raised his fist at the end of the anthem.