• Marshawn Lynch, Raiders ( sat )
• Michael Bennett, Seahawks ( sat )
• Cliff Avril, Seahawks (sat during the end of the anthem)
• Seth DeValve, Browns ( kneeled )
• Duke Johnson Jr., Browns ( kneeled )
• Terrance Magee, Browns (kneeled)
• Isaiah Crowell, Browns (kneeled)
• Kenny Britt, Browns (kneeled)
• Ricardo Louis, Browns (kneeled)
• Jabrill Peppers, Browns (kneeled)
• Calvin Pryor, Browns (kneeled)
• Jamar Taylor, Browns (kneeled)
• Christian Kirksey, Browns (kneeled)
• Jamie Collins, Browns (kneeled)
• Ron Brooks, Eagles (kneeled)
• Shalom Luani, Raiders (kneeled)
• Eric Reid, 49ers (kneeled)
• Cameron Jefferson, Bills (raised fist)
• Malcolm Jenkins, Eagles ( raised fist )
• Jurrell Casey, Titans (raised fist)
• Wesley Woodyard, Titans (raised fist)
• Robert Quinn, Rams (raised fist)
• Jeremy Lane, Seahawks (stood with his back to the field and flag)
• Chris Long, Eagles ( put his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins's shoulder )
• Derek Carr, Raiders (put his hand on teammate Khalil Mack's shoulder)
• Justin Britt, Seahawks (put his hand on teammate Michael Bennett's shoulder)
• DeShone Kizer, Browns (put his hand on teammate's shoulder)
• Britton Colquitt, Browns (put his hand on teammate's shoulder)
• Rodney McLeod, Eagles (put his hand on teammate Malcolm Jenkins's shoulder)
• Other Browns players, such as Jason McCourty and Shon Coleman, stood near the group of kneeling players on Monday night in an apparent show of support.
• About 30 Browns players stood with their arms linked together before their game against the Buccaneers
These players have publicly acknowledged either having been diagnosed with likely CTE or having suffered symptoms, such as dementia or unusual memory loss, consistent with CTE. In some cases, the player has received a diagnosis of ALS but symptoms are consistent with CTE. There are at least two dozen former players who were diagnosed as part of a UCLA study but have not come forward publicly.  There are also around 4,500 former players who joined a class action suit against the NFL alleging that it had covered up a growing body of medical evidence about the preponderance of head-trauma related CTE in ex-NFL players. 
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