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Russell Wilson was asked today for his take on NFL commissioner Roger Goodell saying he thinks players should stand during the national anthem. Wilson: “I think everybody has their own opinions and everything else. I believe in the national anthem in the sense of America and what it represents, or is supposed to represent at least, I should say. Everybody has their different views. For our football team, we're about bringing people together and that's really our only focus. The good thing is there is actual dialogue and I think that's really the intent of all of this is to have dialogue around what's going on in our country more than anything else and actually converting that dialogue into change. I think that change is really what matters more than anything else. It’s being able to love people better and try to do better throughout that process.”

Brady Henderson, ESPN

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Video: Michael Bennett says, "I think the first step to even being able to even have a conversation (with the NFL) is making sure that Colin Kaepernick gets an opportunity to play in the NFL."

Brady Henderson, ESPN
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Rams

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Rams QB Jared Goff, who grew up near San Francisco, started a GoFundMe page to help those affected by California wildfires. Seeing what J.J. Watt did for Hurricane Harvey victims "gave me an idea," he said.

Alden Gonzalez, ESPN Staff Writer
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49ers

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49ers' Wednesday injury report: Did not participate -- DE Elvis Dumervil (not injury related), WR Pierre Garcon (not injury related), FB Kyle Juszczyk (back), DE Aaron Lynch (calf), T Joe Staley (not injury related). Limited participation -- LB Ray-Ray Armstrong (shoulder), LB Brock Coyle (shoulder), LB Reuben Foster (ankle), DT D.J. Jones (quadricep), LB Dekoda Watson (groin), CB Ahkello Witherspoon (chest). Full participation -- TE George Kittle (back, elbow), DT Earl Mitchell (thumb), S Eric Reid (knee).

Nick Wagoner, ESPN Staff Writer

Chargers

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VIDEO: Chargers QB Philip Rivers said the offense needs to have the mindset that they are in a critical moment of the game to curb the team's slow starts this season.

Eric D. Williams, ESPN Staff Writer
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Falcons

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Patriots QB Tom Brady, with five Super Bowl rings, on his two Super Bowl losses: ``Well, those games live with you for the rest of your life, the wins and the losses. ... There's probably some games early in my career in the middle of October that I don't really remember that well. But I would say the Super Bowl ones you always remember pretty well. I mean, there's a lot on the line. You'd rather be in that game than not be in that game, win or lose. It's great to win and it sucks to lose, but that's playing sports.''

Vaughn McClure, ESPN Staff Writer

Ravens

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Brandon Williams said it was tough to watch from the sidelines while being injured

Jamison Hensley, ESPN Staff Writer
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Steelers

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Le'Veon Bell on celebration penalty in Kansas City: ‘Guess you can't use the goal post."

Jeremy Fowler, ESPN Staff Writer
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NFL

Drew Brees talks about how much he appreciates the history whenever he gets the chance to play in Lambeau Field — and never knows how many more chances he'll get.

Mike Triplett, ESPN Staff Writer
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Bears

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"No, I don't think so. That just speaks a lot about the type of guys we have up front and the running backs we have here and if the defense plays that type of coverage and they give us that front that we gotta run the ball until they get out of it. It just says a lot about the guys up front that they can carry the load and the running backs can carry the load and really carry this team to run the ball that many times and stay effective at it and have that type of average running, so it was awesome.-- Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky on if he ever handed the ball off so much at North Carolina.

Jeff Dickerson, ESPN Staff Writer

Jets

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Jets coach Todd Bowles insisted that Mo Wilkerson (pictured) and Leonard Williams are "playing well" even though they have no sacks. Bowles got testy when pressed: "Nobody is playing great. When you're 3-3, you're playing average football. It has nothing to do with Mo or Leonard. It has to do with our entire team. I'm not going to sit here and make excuses about two guys when we have 11 guys in each side of the ball. If you want to nitpick, go for it. I've made my comment. Take it or leave it."

Rich Cimini, ESPN Staff Writer

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