Brady and Rodgers posted photos on Instagram supporting the "unity of the NFL.
Brady Posted a photo with teammate James White with the caption, "Strength.
Camille Cash, Gayla and Donya Gardner, Gracie Cavnar, Vivian Wise, Licia Ellis, and actress Alyssa Milano, sporting braids, made an appearance.
He smiled as @drnugget said he doesn't think he's "too short" to be a quarterback, claiming, "He's ugly, too."Thanks to @410_Jordan, Denver Broncos outside linebacker De Marcus Ware was told his "giant ass head" looks like "a giant Milk Dud," while @Condrarian told Los Angeles Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa he "looks like a dude who wanted to be a magician but his parents made him focus on football." De Marco Murray and Michael Irvin were subjected to dick jokes. After @Yung Emac tweeted Tony Romo "sits down to pee," the Dallas Cowboys quarterback smiled and wondered, "Well, what other way is there to pee?
#nflplayer." Rodgers' posted a similar message with a photo of his teammates.
Sherice Brown, wife of former NFL player Tim Brown poses with Rochelle Griffin, a Tooties stylists who helped her for the 16th Annual Player's Wives Fashion Show at Tootsies on Friday, Feb. Sherice Brown, wife of former NFL player Tim Brown poses with Rochelle Griffin, a Tooties stylists who helped her for the 16th Annual Player's Wives Fashion Show at Tootsies on Friday, Feb. More than 500 filled Tootsies at West Ave for the 16th annual Players' Wives Fashion Show, benefiting Covenant House.
If you do not Condemn this divisive Rhetoric you are Condoning it!! "Does anyone tell trump to stick to politics, like they tell us to stick to sports? Now long after, the hashtag #Take AKnee was Twitter's top trend. He's declaring way against black people with opinions," Ava Du Vernay tweeted. Since then, numerous other players have protested in similar fashion. We strongly believe that players are leaders in our communities and positive influences.
"The behavior of the President is unacceptable and needs to be addressed. our president is a asshole," said Le Sean Mc Coy of the Buffalo Bills. Last season, free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick was the first to sit out the national anthem in protest of the treatment of African-Americans in America, especially at the hands of police officers. Green Bay Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy also called Trump out for his statements: "It's unfortunate that the President decided to use his immense platform to make divisive and offensive statements about our players and the NFL.