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Many NFL fans have been so angered by players protesting the national anthem that they've engaged in protests of their own.

Some have vowed to stop watching the NFL, while others have gone so far as to burn their season tickets and team memorabilia.

Arvin Gibbs, a U.S. Army veteran, had been a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers for more than 50 years.

On "Fox & Friends" this morning, Gibbs said he burned his Steelers jacket and hat because players have shown such disrespect for the brave men and women who have sacrificed so much to defend America.

Before Sunday's game, the Steelers remained in the locker room for the anthem, with only offensive lineman and Army veteran Alejandro Villanueva emerging from the tunnel and placing his hand over his heart.

Gibbs said he's "done" with the team and it will take a lot of work to gain his respect back.

"It's an attack not only against our nation and what we've stood for over the years, it's an attack against the military," he said.


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