Several players have continued to protest before games after Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the anthem in 2016.

Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Sunday that the team will stand during the playing of the national anthem and not disrespect the flag, and that any player who does not comply will ride the bench.

Here’s the list for Week 5.

The NFL and the Colts declined to comment on Pence’s exit, while Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano steered clear of the topic in his postgame news conference.

Evan Engram, TE, Giants: One would think that he’d have been featured more in a game during which his Giants lost four of their wide receivers to injuries. Instead, Engram delivered a zero on four targets, letting down the 54.6 percent of managers in ESPN leagues who started him. Still, while this might cause some to doubt his potential moving forward, Beckham’s long-term injury and the other ailments plaguing the team’s wideouts probably will force Engram into a much more sizable role. Ignore this stinker; there should be plenty of production coming from the rookie in future weeks.

This year, Quinn went to free agency to upgrade the offensive line with right guard T.J. Lang and right tackle Rick Wagner. His first-round pick, Jarrad Davis, has filled a big void at middle linebacker, while former Falcon Paul Worrilow was signed for the outside. There also was the pickups of wideouts Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay in consecutive years to offset the loss of Megatron, and likewise, new deals in place for the irreplaceable veterans in the secondary, cornerback Darius Slay and free safety Glover Quin.
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