NFL players who protested during the national anthem in Week 8

The Seahawks have locked arms as a team during the national anthem before every game this season. Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports

Several NFL players across the league have joined San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick since he began a pregame protest of racial oppression and inequality in the United States by sitting down during the national anthem before a preseason game, then kneeling during the anthem in Week 1. Here are the players who protested in Week 8:

Philadelphia Eagles: Safety Malcolm Jenkins raised a fist over his head during the national anthem prior to Sunday night's game at Dallas. He has been doing so since Week 2 against the Bears. Cornerback Ron Brooks typically joins him, but he underwent surgery on a ruptured quad tendon this week and did not make the trip. -- Tim McManus

Denver Broncos: Linebacker Brandon Marshall, who is out with a hamstring injury, took a knee during the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Chargers. He has taken a knee during the anthem before all eight of the Broncos’ games. -- Jeff Legwold

San Diego Chargers: Offensive linemen Joe Barksdale, D.J. Fluker, Chris Hairston and Tyreek Burwell and linebacker Joshua Perry once again raised their fists during the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Broncos to protest police brutality and racial oppression. -- Eric D. Williams

Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks linked arms and stood as a demonstration of unity during the national anthem before their game Sunday in New Orleans. They have done so before every game this season. -- Sheil Kapadia

Tennessee Titans: After the national anthem before the Titans' game against the Jaguars on Thursday, cornerbacks Jason McCourty and Perrish Cox, linebacker Wesley Woodyard and defensive linemen Jurrell Casey, Al Woods and DaQuan Jones all raised a fist. -- Paul Kuharsky