San Francisco Police Want An Apology
The San Francisco Police Officers Association wants 49ers' quarterback Colin Kaepernick to apologize. Kaepernick has become the center of controversy after he decided not to stand during the "Star Spangled Banner" prior to Friday's preseason game. Kaepernick says one of the reasons he is doing this is to protest police brutality.
The SFPOA wrote a letter to 49ers' owner Jed York and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell saying Kaepernick should "do the right thing" and apologize.