NFL Team attend Nashville Police academy to learn about firearms safety
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NFL Team attend Nashville Police academy to learn about firearms safety

NFL teams have made an effort in recent years to improve the relationship between local police departments and their communities, and the Tennessee Titans took a step toward accomplishing that goal on Thursday.

The Metro Nashville Police Department shared some photos that showed Titans players and coaches attending an class to learn how officers are trained in firearms safety.

While many have lost sight of the cause, Colin Kaepernick’s initial decision to kneel during the national anthem was to send a political message about police brutality. The issue is still an important one to many people, and we recently saw one player conduct a media session while holding signs about social injustice.

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