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Tony Dungy on NFL protests: Players felt ‘a group of our family got attacked’
Following a wave of protests by NFL players Sunday, former head coach Tony Dungy tells TODAY that many players felt that “a group of our family got attacked” by President Trump for exercising what they regarded as First Amendment rights. He calls for listening and “understanding the other person’s point of view.”
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