The Denver Broncos showed the team's dedication to supporting equality this past weekend at the Denver protests for "Black Lives Matter" following George Floyd's death.

The team wore black shirts that stated "If You Ain't With Us, You Against Us" on the back.

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The entire team showed up to the State Capitol, spoke to the crowd, and led the march.

Before the Broncos led a march to Sculpture Park this past weekend, Von Miller made a brief statement. According to the Denver Broncos, this was what Miller had to say:

"The time is always right to do what's right," Miller said. "Once we have awareness, we've got to come up out of oblivion. We've got to always do what's right. Once we have awareness, we've got to use our moral compass to make decisions on what's right — black, white — it doesn't matter. It's 2020. Muhammad Ali, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Jim Brown were fighting the same fight and it's up to us to keep it going. My teammates, they killed it up here. I'm in the locker room with these guys each and every day. I'm proud of these guys, I'm proud of Denver, I'm proud of the state of Colorado. We've got to keep this going. Thank you. We appreciate you."

Drew Lock was also spotted in the protest, an attendee caught this video of Lock.

Drew Lock at BLM Protest from r/DenverBroncos

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