The move comes after the Committee answered calls from athletes not to enforce its controversial Rule 50, which prohibits protests at the Olympics.
The former Notre Dame coach has called for players who kneel to be prevented from playing.
"First time kneeling, out for game. Second time kneeling, out for season/no pay!" Trump said.
New York Jets CEO Christopher Johnson said players should be allowed to voice dissent.
The group is resurrected some of the language they used in hyping up the protests on November 4th, 2017, when several thousand people marched against Trump in cities across the country.
President Donald Trump may get a frosty reception at the Georgia-Alabama game tonight.
The NFL free agent has been named GQ's Citizen of the Year.
Rodgers may be out for the remainder of the season.
The former Bears player and coach has faced criticism over his comments.
The vice president was scheduled to leave Indianapolis before the end of the game.
The majority of people do not back up the president's calls for players to be fired for taking a knee
The peaceful protests have prompted widespread discussion over the past few weeks.
Hundreds of suspect accounts tweeted on divisive topics last month, a public policy group warned, as one senator accused Russian trolls of exploiting #TakeAKnee.
Senator John McCain, a famed veteran and prisoner of war in Vietnam, defended the right of athletes to take a knee in protest, opposing President Donald Trump, who suggested a "rule that you can't kneel" during the national anthem on Tuesday.
"Not only is he a racist but he's a racist with untreated mental illness. So under diff circumstances he's Dylann Roof."
Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas knelt in the House on Monday in a show of solidarity with NFL players.
While some applauded Linsey, a former finalist on "The Voice" in Season 8, for showing solidarity with protesters for social equality, many in the country music singer's fan base were not pleased.
President Donald Trump said he was respecting the flag and American veterans when he decried NFL players who take a knee during the national anthem to protest, but more and more veterans are telling the president he's wrong.
The last of his tweets leaves science aside for what could read as a political statement.
Jones isn't a fan of the protests.