NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs And Houston Texans Booed By Fans During Moment Of Unity

NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs And Houston Texans Booed By Fans During Moment Of Unity


Kansas City Chief fans booed the reigning Super Bowl champions on Thursday night as the team locked arms with players on the Houston Texans in a moment of social justice unity before the game.

During the national anthem, the Chiefs all stood for the national anthem, except for defensive end Alex Okafor, on the sidelines linked arm in arm, while the Texans remained in their lockers. After the anthem had been played, the Texans emerged and both teams locked arms in a moment that was interrupted by boos from fans in Arrowhead Stadium. (RELATED: Houston Texans Stay In The Locker Room For The National Anthem, Kansas City Chiefs Mostly Stand)

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Chiefs fans boo as players from both teams link arms in a “moment of unity” and call for social justice before the game started.#NFLKickoff
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