Montgomery, Bennett, Kendricks, King all protest during National Anthem

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At halftime the Bengals lead the Packers 21-7.

The Cincinnati Bengals locked arms as they stood on-field before their game in Green Bay while the anthem played.

With the Green Bay Packers facing a third-and-9 at their 42-yard line in the second quarter, Lawson shoved aside left offensive tackle Kyle Murphy to sack quarterback Aaron Rodgers for an 8-yard loss for his first National Football League sack and second National Football League tackle.

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They get returned for touchdowns even less frequently― not since 2009.

Rodgers threw an early touchdown pass to tight end Lance Kendricks and found receiver Davante Adams for 41 yards on a well-executed flea flicker, but the Packers offense was stuck in neutral for most of the half. The original record was held by Reggie White, who had 68.5 career sacks during the five years he played for Green Bay.

By the end the second quarter, the boo birds were out and voicing their opinion at Lambeau Field. He's tallied a game-high seven tackles, including two for losses and one sack. Left tackle David Bakhtiari is missing his second consecutive game, and other key contributors joining him on the inactives list are defensive tackle Mark Daniels and wide receiver Randall Cobb. Johnson got his second straight start in place of Hopkins and Tyler Kroft made his 20 start and third straight of the season in place of Eifert.