According to the Army Times…
The congressionally chartered veterans association AMVETS was denied the opportunity to run a $30,000 ad in the official program of Super Bowl LII that would have implored players and others to stand for the anthem.
The full page ad would have featured service members patriotically saluting the flag along with the hashtag “#PleaseStand.”
AMVETS leaders said that the league had rejected the advertisement but had not offered a reason why.
The group is calling the move “corporate censorship.”
What do you think? Is this censorship, or does the NFL have the right to block whatever advertising they’d like?