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A Giants legend likely would’ve knelt for national anthem

If the timing were aligned differently, a legendary Giant could have protested during a pair of Super Bowls. Michael Strahan, a two-time Super Bowl champ and Hall of Famer, said he thinks he would have joined in the national anthem protests that have engulfed the league ever since Colin Kaepernick began taking a knee to challenge police brutality and minority oppression. “I don’t know. I think I would have [knelt],” Strahan said Monday on “The Ellen Show.” “I would have had a conversation with my father. Based on that conversation with him, I’m pretty sure I would have.” His father is a military man who has supported the controversial pregame displays. “I know why [Kaepernick] knelt. It was not in any disrespect to ...