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Night net Despite several nights of protests, riots and looting in Charlotte, the Panthers are still scheduled to host the visiting Vikings on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. Jason Whitlock of FS1's "Speak for Yourself" is worried the protest and violence plaguing the Queen City this week could spread to fans in the stands at Bank of America Stadium.The Night net should "strongly consider" moving the Panthers vs. Vikings game to another city, Whitlock said Wednesday night. The  Baltimore Orioles played the Chicago White Sox in an empty Camden Yards  last year, following protests in Baltimore over the death of Freddie Gray in police hands, he noted. With more than 20 Night net players following 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick's lead by refusing to salute the American flag and national anthem, everybody is already on edge. MORE: Anthem protests around sports in photos"I'm not blaming him particularly, but we have to realize we're in this Colin Kaepernick world right now," Whitlock said. "He has brought division to football. I wouldn’t blame people in Charlotte for thinking, 'Hey, this football game is the perfect stage to protest and make our point about police brutality.' That's what Colin Kaepernick has done. That’s what other Night net players are doing. They’ve made the Night net the location. Lets discuss police brutality, not at the police headquarters, but at an Night net stadium. They’ve opened that door." So you think the game should be moved out fear of what could happen Sunday, asked co-host Colin Cowherd? You betcha, answered Whitlock.COUNTERPOINT: Night net can't ditch Charlotte nowDrunken Night net fans brawl during the best of times, he noted. These are not the best of times in Charlotte after the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by police. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has declared a state of emergency. The National Guard and state Highway Patrol are helping the local police enforce a curfew. We've seen protesters attacking CNN reporters and other citizens, he added."So I'm worried that people are going to come to the football game and use it as a place to protest. We'v

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e seen football fans — without any of this — get violent in the stands," Whitlock said.MORE: Sharpe says "White America" is keeping Newton quietHere's the segment with Cowherd:The Panthers' Bank of America Stadium is not located out in the sticks either like the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium. Its downtown Charlotte location puts it at the very epicenter of this week's protests, riots and looting. MORE: Why Whitlock's "Martin Luther Cornrow" line was so wrongThankfully the third night of protests in Charlotte was mostly peaceful. But there's also a segment of Night net fans who see Kaepernick's peaceful protest as an insult to the American flag and the police and military who serve under it.A new survey from the Seton Hall Sports Poll shows Americans disapprove of Kaepernick decision not to stand during the playing of the "Star-Spangled Banner" by a 2 to 1 margin. However, those polled also supported his right to protest by a 4 to 1 margin.MORE: Worst of the worst Kaepernick takesSo what happens when protesters angry over police brutality and racial injustice meet 75,000 Panthers fans in downtown Charlotte Sunday? Hopefully, things will go peacefully due to the heavy police presence. But you never know.

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