Will Panthers DB Eric Reid protest during national anthem?

Will Panthers DB Eric Reid protest during national anthem?

Will Panthers DB Eric Reid protest during national anthem?

Graham Gano connected on all four field goal attempts, including a career-long 63-yarder with 1 second remaining, and Carolina recovered a muffed punt in the end zone for a touchdown to beat the New York Giants 33-31 in a wild game Sunday.

"Eric knows what's best for Eric and what Eric needs to do".

Reid, 26, has declined to say whether he will protest during the anthem moving forward, adding he is still considering various forms of protest.

Reid was signed by the Panthers in a bid to bolster their secondary.

As for his new Panthers teammates, they're more concerned with what he'll do after the national anthem. He became the first Panthers player ever to kneel during the national anthem, and did so under first-year owner David Tepper. He is focused on putting a winning product on the field, via New York's team website.

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"Everything outside of football, I'm pretty sure as the teammate that I've always been, I'm going to stand by him", Newton said. We know he's going to be an impact player for us, and that's all I care about.

We'll kick off the Week 5 edition with the Giants' matchup at the Panthers, then look at whether it's finally time to fade the red-hot Chiefs when the Jaguars visit Arrowhead on Sunday. That's not something the Giants are running with the slow-footed Eli Manning at the helm.

MORE McCAFFREY: Aided by Newton's skills as a runner, the Panthers have the league's No. 1-ranked rushing offense, while the Giants are 29th against the run.

VERNON'S BACK: The Giants are optimistic that outside linebacker Olivier Vernon will see his first action of the season after a strong week of practice.

According to head coach Pat Shurmur, running back Saquon Barkley is "fine" after appearing to injure his knee in Sunday's game. Curtis Samuel, a second-round pick in 2017, turned a wide receiver screen into a 25-yard touchdown in the first quarter in his first game since undergoing a minor heart procedure.

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