A handful of NFL players have left the Players Coalition, saying a $90 million deal with the League was a “sell-out” intended to stop protests during the national anthem. That $90 million will go to organizations focused on social justice reform, including the Players Coalition. Yet, Coalition co-founder and former wide receiver Anquan Boldin says the NFL never asked for the protests to end and their participation is more than just about the money. He joins Soledad O’Brien in studio to explain the division between players calling attention to social justice, and the partnership between the Players Coalition and the NFL.

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