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Monster's Mash: What will the Bears do during the anthem?

Since President Trump’s critical comments on protesting players last week, those in the league have had different demonstrations during The Star Spangled Banner to show unity while raising awareness of Social Issues in the country.

Prince Amukamara, who joined his teammates in locking arms last week, hopes the correct message of the demonstrations is getting through to those who watch.

Initially began by Colin Kaepernick of the 49ers last year as a way to raise awareness for social issues, the cornerback hopes the point continues comes across that way.

But the acquisition of Quintin Demps in the offseason moved Amos to a reserve role with his playing time significantly cut during the first three weeks.

The ratio of touchdowns-to-interceptions thrown by Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers against Bears’ defense led by Vic Fangio in four games since 2015.


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