Lindsay Gibbs

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Lindsay Gibbs is a reporter at ThinkProgress and co-host of Burn It All Down, a podcast about sports and feminism.

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Colin Kaepernick  took a knee  instead of saluting the flag. Will he ever play again in the National Football League? Gregg Popovich has called President Trump a " soulless coward ."

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