Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters sat on the team’s training table during the national anthem. He was the only player with a visible protest pregame Thursday night.
Peters rode an exercise bicycle while the national anthem played during the preseason, according to Pete Grathoff of the Kansas City Star. Peters raised a black-gloved fist during the national anthem before the NFL opener last season, backing his promise to show support for protests started by Colin Kaepernick.
Peters shared a photo on Twitter of a pair of cleats. The bottom of one read “Liberty” and the other said “Justice For All.”
Peters tweeted: “Stand for what you stand in. If you see the potential for good, speak up. Don’t be Quiet. @Fam1stfam #adidasPharrellWilliams”