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Former Washington state high school football coach Joe Kennedy, who was fired for kneeling in prayer, reacted to NFL players' national anthem protests.

"I can't wrap my brain around it," Kennedy said. "I'm a Marine. I want the same rights for everybody else."

Kennedy said the Constitutional right to freedom of expression should apply to all.

He and Martha MacCallum also discussed how former pro quarterback-turned-baseball player Tim Tebow was criticized for kneeling in prayer like Kennedy.

"Everyone has different opinions," Kennedy said. "Being a Marine, we fought to defend [these] rights."

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