Monday night's NFL game between the Cleveland Browns and the New York Giants wasn't particularly consequential.
It's still the pre-season — the games don't technically count, new players are just getting their feet wet, and the matches unfold with a fraction of the fanfare we'll see on display in October.
But if you happened to watch the game at FirstEnergy Stadium on Aug. 21, you may have witnessed a big moment in NFL history.
The largest NFL national anthem protest to date took place during the game, with nearly a dozen players kneeling in unison.
The league's national anthem protests, which began last year, are focused on drawing attention to the social injustices faced by people of color.