Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer
Jets acting owner Christopher Johnson told reporters he was "incredibly honored" the players agreed to let him join them, arms locked, on the sideline for the national anthem. He said he'd love to do it in the future, but they'd discuss it first. Asked about President Trump's controversial remarks, Johnson said, "I thought the commissioner actually came up with a pretty good line there. I was disappointed, but I'm going to leave it to others to talk about. I was just glad that we were one team today, and we did really well, because we were one team."