Carolina Panthers plan protest before game with Atlanta, Newton lets clothing do the talking

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Fans can expect some kind of protest from the Carolina Panthers this week and before Sunday’s game with the Atlanta Falcons.

“I think we are going to, again do it in a way where nobody can twist what we are trying to do,” said Tre Boston, safety for the Panthers. “We want to find away again to find a way so that everyone is included. We want unity. We need unity here in Charlotte. “

Before the start of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings, Cam Newton let his clothing do the talking when making a statement on the unrest in the Queen City.

During warm-ups the quarterback sported a shirt with a famous quote from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” the shirt read.