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Charlie Batch: Steelers in camp won't show ill will for no-shows

Six years ago, former Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch was a member of the NFL players' association executive committee when team owners locked the players out and caused a 132-day work stoppage. A new collective bargaining agreement was agreed upon in late July, but Steelers players declined to sign it because they thought it gave too much power to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

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Players join quarterback Colin Kaepernick in racial injustice protest

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick refused to stand during the national anthem to shed light on racial injustice. His actions have spread across the NFL as other players are showing signs of support.
Nicole L. Cvetnic McClatchy
Players join quarterback Colin Kaepernick in racial injustice protest 1:35

Players join quarterback Colin Kaepernick in racial injustice protest

Bud Dupree on his rookie season 1:23

Bud Dupree on his rookie season

AJ McCarron takes over 2:05

AJ McCarron takes over

Andy Dalton on thumb injury 2:16

Andy Dalton on thumb injury