The game is between the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons.
A Christian college has made a decision to stop using Nike products in response to their Colin Kaepernick-themed campaign.
As images of athletes giving it their all appear on screen, Colin narrates the clip.
As a camera pans to reveal his face, a reflection of a United States flag is visible on the facade of a building behind him.
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The footwear and apparel maker's campaign this week further stoked a national debate over social justice that Kaepernick and other NFL players sparked with their protests aimed at addressing police brutality against minorities, racial injustice, and reforming the criminal justice system. "We also believe that those who know what sacrifice is all about are more likely to be wearing a military uniform than an athletic uniform".
The commercial features several clips of inspirational athletes as Kaepernick's narration encourages viewers to follow their dreams.
President Trump, who has repeatedly slammed the players' protests, also weighed in, saying in an interview with The Daily Caller that the deal with Kaepernick sends "a awful message".
Some angry fans were even burning and cutting out the signature swoosh logos on their gear - and posting the results on social media.
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One of the biggest stories over the last week, at least in the sports word, has been Nike's endorsement of former NFL Quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Earlier this week, the league said in a statement that it "believes in dialogue, understanding and unity". "I mean, he did lose his job and he stood for something he wanted to stand for", said Funchess.
Some NFL players are supporting Nike's ad, saying Kaepernick sacrificed his life's work and football because of his ideology. "I have said that since Day 1".
Nike recently signed an extension to its deal as the NFL's official uniform sponsor.
President Trump even tweeted Wednesday that "Nike is getting absolutely killed with anger and boycotts".
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