But the movement may have been squashed at two elite academic schools that should value critical thinking and a free exchange of ideas. Since, you(Unless you're a high-profile athlete, it seems.)
It's safe to say that neither Johnson nor Fitzgerald was thrilled with his quarterback's exercise of free speech. When asked, both alluded to it being detrimental to the team dynamic.
Said Johnson this week: "Our team, we had a talk about, 'Hey, if it's going to be a team thing, we need to talk about it as a team. We need to take a team vote and if everybody is in agreement or agrees, then OK, we can talk about what we can do.'