Miami Dolphins players will face penalties — possibly suspension — for anthem protests.

Miami Dolphins players could face penalties — possibly suspension — for anthem protests

The Associated Press released a report Thursday night saying the Dolphins have listed anthem protests as “conduct detrimental to the club.” The NFL collective bargaining agreement states the maximum penalty a player can face for this type of offense is a four-game suspension without pay and a fine equal to one week’s salary.

But the Dolphins don’t have a set-in-stone plan yet for how aggressively they’ll punish players who decide to kneel on the sideline — if they plan to punish them at all.

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Author: Malea Howard

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