BY AMIE JUST | Staff writer
For the first three games of the season, New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins has elected to stay in the tunnel while the national anthem is being played.
Jenkins said he's choosing to stay off the sideline for the national anthem because there's "too much dialogue" about the anthem's symbolism.
Those conversations, Jenkins said, "distract from the actual issues and calls to action that are very, very necessary right now. And so I don't want to participate in creating any kind of distraction."
He's the only Saint to not stand on the sideline, so far, while the anthem has played...