— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) December 2, 2014
The St. Louis Rams showed their support for the city of Ferguson before their first home game after the decision to not indict Officer Wilson for the death of Michael Brown.
Before the game during the introductory of the Rams, five players came out onto the field with their ‘hands up.’
‘Hands up. Don’t shoot.” has been the motto adopted by the supporters of Michael Brown who claim that Officer Wilson is guilty of murdering Michael Brown, rather than self defense.
The Ferguson Police Department is upset about the gesture and the NFL has yet to fine the players.
Was the action uncalled for, or was there a positive statement made?