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After Donald Trump called players who knelt in protest, “sons of b*tches”, nearly half the Ravens team knelt today.

Among the Ravens kneeling down: Mike Wallace, Tony Jefferson, CJ Mosley, Terrell Suggs, Matt Judon, Carl Davis, Marlon Humphrey, Tim Williams and multiple others.

Another addition to the protest, Ray Lewis. The future Hall of Famer and Raven legend was found with the team on the sidelines, kneeling in protest.

After the National Anthem finished, the Ravens then stood for, “God Save our Queen”.

Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti and the Ravens team released a statement during the game, “We recognize our players’ influence. We respect their demonstration and support them 100 percent. All voices need to be heard. That’s democracy in its highest form.”

To those that did not kneel, many Ravens linked arms and stood together in unity. This included John Harbaugh and many players.

On the opposite side, it looked the same; Players kneeling or linked in arms and standing, including the owner, Shad Khan.

Here is the Jaguars owner’s statement, as he stood with his team during the pregame: