Wait, Why is Alejandro Villanueva Apologizing to His Teammates and Coach?
By Guy Benson, Townhall.com
How's this for a heart-sinking plot twist? Offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva - the ex-Army Ranger and Bronze Star recipient who was the only Pittsburgh Steeler to stand on the field in Chicago yesterday to honor the national anthem -- is now expressing "embarrassment" over his actions. After getting publicly rebuked by his head coach, Democratic donor Mike Tomlin, Villanueva is now explaining that he didn't intend to defy his teammates' plan to avoid the anthem spectacle by remaining off the field during the song. I'll admit, this made me feel a little bit sick at first blush, but keep reading: