"All I want to do is be out there on that field for my teammates and this city," he wrote in an emotional tweet Monday.
Jason La Canfora erroneously reported that Colin Kaepernick would stand for the national anthem if signed to a team.
The league recently reminded teams about the rule on standing for the anthem.
"And with the pants sagging ... extra petty. I'm here for it all," Jemele Hill tweeted.
The Seattle team isn't just using gestures to fight racial inequality. It's using money.
The Tampa Bay Lightning forward said he raised his fist on Saturday to "show my support" and "bring a little more awareness."
ESPN has announced that it will air the national anthem and moment of silence, diverging from the network's previous plans.
Danny Trevathan has been suspended for two games after his helmet-to-helmet hit Thursday.
"They don't like displays of patriotism, strength, rugged individualism ..."