Trump wants Lynch suspended for protest

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(TSX / STATS) -- President Donald Trump is calling on the NFL to suspend Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch for sitting during "The Star-Spangled Banner" before Sunday's game in Mexico City but standing for the Mexican national anthem.

Trump, who has repeatedly criticized NFL players who do not stand for the national anthem, took to Twitter early Monday morning to criticize Lynch for his protest before the game against the New England Patriots, who went on to win 33-8.

"Marshawn Lynch of the NFL's Oakland Raiders stands for the Mexican Anthem and sits down to boos for our National Anthem. Great disrespect! Next time NFL should suspend him for remainder of season. Attendance and ratings way down," Trump tweeted.

Broncos fire OC McCoy, promote Musgrave

(TSX / STATS) -- The Denver Broncos fired offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and named quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave as his replacement, head coach Vance Joseph announced Monday.

Joseph informed McCoy on Monday morning that he was being relieved of his duties after the Broncos lost their sixth straight game on Sunday, falling to 3-7 with a 20-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. (MORE)

Ex-NFL WR Glenn dies in car crash at 43

(TSX / STATS) -- Former NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn died early Monday morning after being involved in a car crash in Irving, Texas. He was 43.

Glenn was taken to Parkland Memorial Hospital, where he died shortly after midnight, the Dallas County medical examiner's office said. (MORE)

Duke stronger No. 1 after beating MSU

(TSX / STATS) -- Duke strengthened its hold on the No. 1 spot in the Associated Press college basketball poll after beating then-No. 2 Michigan State last week.

The Blue Devils received 54 of the 65 first-place votes, with the other 11 going to Arizona, which moved up one spot to No. 2. Duke picked up 20 more first-place selections than last week. (MORE)

Falcons, Seahawks meet in key showdown

(TSX / STATS) -- The Atlanta Falcons head to Seattle to take on the Seahawks in a key Monday Night Football matchup with NFC playoff implications at stake.

Both teams are coming off wins. (MORE)

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