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St. Louis Rams Enter The Field With A BIG Statement! Watch Their 'Don't Shoot' Tribute To The Michael Brown Protests HERE!

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We have a feeling their message was heard loud and clear.

Throughout the months following Michael Brown's deadly shooting, people have been peacefully protesting police violence with their hands up in a 'don't shoot' stance.

[ Related: Ferguson Protestors In Minnesota Mowed Down In Violent Vehicle Incident ]

Some of the St. Louis Rams players continued this silent protest on Sunday, after former officer Darren Wilson was not indicted for the shooting last week.

Stedman Bailey, Jared Cook, Chris Givens and receivers Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt were among the Rams who entered the Edward Jones Dome with their hands up as they jogged onto the field before playing the Oakland Raiders.

After a touchdown in the first quarter, the silent protest was seen again.

You can watch just how powerful it was (above)!

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16 comments to “St. Louis Rams Enter The Field With A BIG Statement! Watch Their 'Don't Shoot' Tribute To The Michael Brown Protests HERE!”

  1. Fritz says – reply to this


    How dumb
    That BS hands up , don't shoot had been created by that hood rat that was with brown All proven to be lies

  2. yez says – reply to this


    Re: Fritz – Thank you ! I know right like wtf clear if anyone would just read the facts they would know this kid had it coming to him smh double standards

  3. Barbara says – reply to this


    shut up little boys

  4. 4

    powerful? no.

    powerfully stupid? yes.

  5. Maggie O says – reply to this


    By promoting Michael Brown , you promote violence
    and Perez you know what it's like to be the victim of an attack
    How do you think that store clerk felt??

  6. 6

    Those "witnesses" were discredited by forensics what a surprise. Next time your ordered to put your hands up actually do it and you won't get shot.

  7. MichJB says – reply to this


    If they were so concerned - how come you didn't see any of them in Ferguson?

  8. jojo says – reply to this


    Dear Rams. You are stupid. He never had his hands up. Find another way to show your ignorance to the facts

  9. nipster says – reply to this


    this is why the rams are losers

  10. Trisha says – reply to this


    This is disgusting! They are showing support for a criminal over law enforcement! I won't watch another Rams game or purchase any of their merchandise. The NFL needs to address this. Players beat their wives and now are known for supporting a criminal who attacked a police officer. If you go after a police officer you risk getting shot . When will these players support law abiding citizens?Read the facts of the grand jury report and stop deciding on who is right based on race.

  11. 11

    Not a Rams fan anymore. (Never was, to be fair.)

    Since when were police officers not allowed to protect themselves?

    When we elected President Obama, weren’t we promised “hope and change”? It seems like his years as president have only torn our nation apart.

    We now have race riots in our streets. I’ve never seen a country more divided. We all hate each other now.

    They say a good economy cures all. Many of our citizens have had their jobs taken away along with their health insurance. The middle class is shrinking and its not getting any better.

    Obama and Co have destroyed everything they’ve tried “to fix”. My health insurance is $450/month, my taxes are closing in on 50% (in NYC), and even my subway pass is now over $100/month (in NYC). Stuff that is still private enterprise is super cheap. Car insurance ($25/month from Insurance Panda), cell phone ($22/month from T Mobile), and gym ($15/month from Planet Fitness).

    Feel bad for Darren Wilson. He had his life ruined by the liberal media and lynch mobs.

  12. jay says – reply to this


    Embarassing. The evidence proved that he didn't have his hands up and he never said "don't shoot". What the evidence actually proved was that he in fact attacked a police officer. These players are just furthering the ignorance of those that believe that the officer is to blame when he was simply defending himself. This isn't an opinion it's a proven fact. Such a shame.

  13. joe says – reply to this


    Give me a break. Go back to talking about gays coming out or something. You know nothing. If his hands were up they were up saying come at me not I give up. The thug attacked a cop and got what he deserved. If they really care they would go around teaching kids to listen to the police not attack them. You are just as stupid as the thugs

  14. 14

    Yea, that police officer got up that morning and looked in the mirror and said to himself, I'm going to go out and shoot me a young black guy today for no reason and ruin the rest of my life and my families life. what probably happened was that the big black guy woke up and looked in the mirror and said I'm going to go out and rob a store today and no one is going to stop me.

  15. St louis guy says – reply to this


    To understand the reason behind this protest you must first be able to understand that this country is not equal second this is not a mike brown protest it's a discrimination protest the fact that most police officers beleave they are above the law and that mostly all young low income black male individuals are abused physically and mentally by most law enforcement officers not all but most is not a false statement Re: Maggie O

  16. St louis guy says – reply to this


    This is not a black vs white issue it's a right vs wrong issue