ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — After about a dozen Buffalo Bills players kneeled during the national anthem before Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos, Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly called for the team to “STAND” and lock arms in unity next Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons. Kelly stated his desire in an Instagram post late Sunday night that included a photo of the former Bills quarterback with his right hand over his heart and his left arm holding a Bills hat above his head during the national anthem Sunday at New Era Field. Kelly said in the post that he would take a knee only to pray. Kelly’s comments came after Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, who stood during the national anthem Sunday, said after the game that there must be consistent protests in order to enact change in the country. “It is still early,” Taylor said. “I can’t really say what plans we have — nothing concrete. Of course, this has to be something…

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