Texans players were disappointed by the fact that owner Bob McNair didn’t meet with them on Friday to explain his quote about not having “inmates” run the “prison.” McNair met with them on Saturday morning, but it apparently didn’t have the desired effect. Dana Jacobson of CBS reports from the site of Sunday’s Texans-Seahawks game that veteran cornerback Johnathan Joseph told her that the players did not regard the apology as persuasive. Multiple reports indicate that a majority of Texans players will be kneeling during the national anthem. Joseph told Jacobson that the players previously stood out of respect for McNair.
Johnathan Joseph says players were unconvinced by McNair’s apology
Pro Football Talk | Oct 29