Tom Brady quietly did something before last night’s game that should put NFL protesters to shame

As many in the NFL take a knee for the National Anthem, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wide receiver Chris Hogan had other ideas.

The Patriots team honored near 200 members of the military before Sunday’s game where the Patriots defeated the Atlanta Falcons 23 – 7.

Brady and Hogan made their way over to the military members and gave them high fives.

The idea to have the military honored before the game was that of active duty Navy member, and Patriots long snapper Joe Cardona, according to 247 Sports.

The move came days after NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with NFL owners and announced he would not force players to stand for the National Anthem.

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The gesture was celebrated on social media.

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Carmine Sabia


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