Seahawks fan verbally attacks players over national anthem protests - WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE

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A Seattle Seahawks player was subjected to vile fan abuse for kneeling during the USA national anthem last season, even though he never actually kneeled.

Two members of the Seattle Seahawks were minding their own business on their way to the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton, Washington to get in some work.

'You done yet?' Tyson said before the end of the video. I don't care who you are. Instead, opting to get on their knees and not properly represent the country which gave them the opportunity to play football.

One of the players asked for the woman's name, but she colorfully declined.

In a video of the incident posted on Thorpe's Twitter account on Monday, one of them can even be heard giggling. "Wowwwww please pray for da world". "And get off your [expletive] knees", she yells back.

Two Seattle Seahawks players were subjected to vile abuse outside the club's training ground. According to Yahoo Sports, the National Football League and its teams get their money via season-ticket holders, broadcast contracts, sponsors and other paying customers.

Aside from the fact that this woman felt she could apparently follow these men and shout expletives at them, her "fact" that her tax dollars pay the players' salaries is wrong. Don't mention one without mentioning the other. Tyson did not appear in a game and spent most of the season on the practice squad during the 2017 season.

According to The Bleacher Report, during an NFL Network's Up to the Minute segment, sports analyst Ian Rapoport said that "it's pretty clear that Bennet's time with the Seahawks is up".

And the Seattle Seahawks just released Richard Sherman, another.