Submitting to their masters is what employees do. If an employees actions are hurting the business they will not be allowed to continue those actions. This shouldn't be any different. The league can determine this is conduct detrimental and do what ever they want. There is plenty of evidence to support that these "protests" have impacted viewership.
It's time for level heads to resolve this issue away from the game, and throwing threats at minority players because of the issue is not resolving it. In the end, the US Supreme Court will rule that the players do have a right to strike. It will cost franchises so much money that many could fold.
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