The Steelers players are not tipping their hand yet on what their plan is to show 'Social Injustice' on Primetime Monday Night Football. They did say their plans will be united as one team. Steven Nelson said the team will be united together to Teresa Varley.
"We're all together. Unity."
Steelers players did discuss with the social justice commitee about their plans for Monday night and the theme is 'one.'
Steven Nelson has also taken to Twitter to express how he felts about fans booing during the Kansas City 'Moment of Unity.'
There has been much of a debate going on in regards to the National Anthem, but when the players decide to stand in Unity at midfield NOT during the National Anthem there should not be an issue whatsoever. The players are trying to show that ALL Races should come together. That is why they have "We are all in this together," on the back of their helmets. No matter what they do there will always be people to criticize them, but they're humans and at the end of the day, they do have a voice as well as have feelings just like we do. We also have heard from many fans that they pay their hard-earned money to come to watch a game and use sports to get away from the 'BS' of Politics. We see both sides, but at the end of the day if you can't see there is Racism going on then you're blind to the fact of what really is going on. ALL Lives Matter, but they don't matter until Black Lives Matter. It's time for everyone to come together and do things the right way. Be unified no matter what race you are. Believe me we love America just as much as anyone. This Country is the Best Country in the World, but at the end of the day this Country needs unification together as one and we need it ASAP.