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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Patriots owner Robert Kraft: "I am deeply disappointed by the tone of the comments made by the President on Friday. I am proud to be associated with so many players who make such tremendous contributions in positively impacting our communities. Their efforts, both on and off the field, help bring people together and make our community stronger. There is no greater unifier in this country than sports, and unfortunately, nothing more divisive than politics. I think our political leaders could learn a lot from the lessons of teamwork and the importance of working together toward a common goal. Our players are intelligent, thoughtful and care deeply about our community and I support their right to peacefully affect social change and raise awareness in a manner that they feel is most impactful."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

No planned statement today from Panthers ownership or plan to protest on the field in response to Donald Trump's tweets regarding NFL players that kneel during the National Anthem.

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Sal Paolantonio just received the following text from Eagles' Head Coach Doug Pederson regarding President Trump's recent comments: "I didn't have any discussions with them about his remarks, however, as a team along with Military personnel and Philly police officers, we will stand together in a display of unity during the National Anthem today."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed is in London to see the Ravens take on the Jaguars. Several fans greeted him with the "Reeeeed" chant.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Terrance West is ACTIVE for this morning's game in London -- remember to set your lineups! -- but Javorius Allen remains the better fantasy play of the two, a top-20 RB/RB2 despite the so-so matchup. Using West means simply hoping for his converting a possible goal-line carry, as Allen should again get more total touches of the two.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Mike Wallace gives a nice pre-game gift to a Ravens fan in London by tossing a ball in the stands during pre-game warmups


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

This is quite the homecoming for Ravens rookie offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor. He is active for the first time in his career in his hometown of London. It was Eluemunor's dream to play an NFL game at Wembley Stadium.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

The Baltimore Ravens' band take a walk through the huge crowds here at Wembley. Not only do they have to hold on to their instruments, but also dodge the flying footballs which are peppering the air.


Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens could start Matt Skura at right guard because Tony Bergstrom, who replaced injured Marshal Yanda last week, is inactive. Skura was promoted from the practice squad this week and started every preseason game for Baltimore.

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

Huge queues at the Tailgate with bag searches and thorough security causing one almighty queue. Everyone in good spirits with all manner of shirts on display with Ravens and Patriots' jerseys seemingly the most popular.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens inactives in London: DT Brandon Williams (foot), TE Maxx Williams (ankle), OL Tony Bergstrom, DE Chris Wormley, DE Bronson Kaufusi, CB Jaylen Hill and T Diegot Joseph.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars inactives: QB Ryan Nassib, WR Jaelen Strong, RB T.J. Yeldon, CB Jalen Myrick, LB Lerentee McCray, OL Josh Walker, OL William Poehls. CB Jalen Ramsey and LT Cam Robinson active and will play. Yeldon is a healthy scratch for the second week in a row.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

There's already lots of purple Ravens jerseys in the stands of London's Wembley Stadium. Baltimore expects a home-like atmosphere in England where the Ravens play the Jaguars.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens rookie offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor is living out his dream walking on the field of Wembley Stadium. The London native watched his first NFL game 10 years ago, when the Dolphins and Giants played here.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

As of last night, no fewer that 11 owners/top executives had issued statements on Donald Trump's criticism of NFL player protests. Jets ownership is not among that group. Basically, Woody Johnson works for Trump as the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom.

Tom Kingham ESPN UK 

British-born Ravens guard Jermaine Eluemunor takes in the surroundings 10 years after he first discovered the NFL. He could take his first snaps at Wembley today.


Tom Kingham ESPN UK 

The Jags' cheerleaders are out and ready at Wembley

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

Hall of Famer and Baltimore Ravens legend Jonathan Ogden entertains fans here at Wembley as the countdown continues to today's first match of the international series here in London as the Jags take on the Ravens. Hoards of supporters here - wonderful atmosphere.

Tom Kingham ESPN UK 

Wembley awash with colour. Thousands of fans here already, 4 hours before kick-off

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

UCLA QB Josh Rosen with an up and down first half, similar to what USC QB Sam Darnold did earlier today against Cal. Rosen was 16-of-28 for 176 yards with a touchdown and an interception in the opening two quarters against Stanford. Rosen only went under center twice but seemed perfectly comfortable out of the gun or at the line of scrimmage.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Injured Niners guard Joshua Garnett, who is out for the year with a knee injury, is Stanford's honorary captain for tonight's game against UCLA.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL teams with scouts on the list for tonight's UCLA-Stanford game: The Niners, Miami, Pittsburgh and Seattle. The 49ers actually have seven people listed though it doesn't appear they have that many here. VP of player personnel Adam Peters is in attendance.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts owner Jim Irsay on President Donald Trump's comments Friday: "I am troubled by the President's recent comments about our league and our players. Sports in America have the unique ability to bring people from all walks of life and from different points of view together to work toward or root for a common goal, and the Indianapolis Colts are proud to be a part of that tradition in our home city and state. The vast majority of players in the NFL -- especially those who have worn and continue to wear the Horseshoe -- have donated millions of dollars to charities, raised money for those affected by recent hurricanes, created charitable foundations, visited schools, mentored students, worked in homeless shelters, cleaned up parks, and put in hours of their personal time toward improving their communities and the lives of those around them. That's the spirit in which this nation was founded, and we all need to work tirelessly to bring people together to take on the challenges that face us and give back to the people of our communities. More so than any result on the field, that is a common goal worth rooting for."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula issued a statement Saturday night condemning comments made by President Donald Trump at an Alabama rally Friday night about NFL player anthem protests.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie released a statement Saturday night following comments from President Donald Trump, who said he wished NFL players who protested during the national anthem would be fired: