Most Packers players link arms again at game vs. Cowboys

Most Green Bay Packers chose to use the same approach for the national anthem Sunday in Texas as they did 10 days ago against the Chicago Bears.

Before their game against the Dallas Cowboys, most players chose to link arms in a sign of unity, per ESPN's Rob Demovsky.

Tom Silverstein of the Journal Sentinel said that Clay Matthews chose a different manner of acknowledging the anthem.

This comes on a day when Vice President Mike Pence chose to leave the Indianapolis Colts-San Francisco 49ers game in his home state after 49ers players protested during the anthem. President  Donald Trump says he asked Pence to do so.

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