The Packers seem to be consistent with how they are approaching the national anthem this week.
As reported by ESPN's Rob Demovsky:
Packers players, coaches and staff linked arms during the anthem again this week. https://t.co/J38dfJwpuM pic.twitter.com/njlfEpYctY
— Rob Demovsky (@RobDemovsky) October 15, 2017
This was similar to the approach of the last week, when all but Clay Matthews chose to lock arms in unison during the anthem. Matthews chose to separate himself and stand at attention.
This discussion continues in the wake of President Trump's criticism of players who protest social issues by kneeling or sitting during the anthem, and the NFL deciding not to demand players stand, though they say players should.