Listen: we’re no fans of football players like Colin Kaepernick taking a knee during the national anthem, but it looks like the NFL is stuck for a solution and considering assessing 15-yard penalties for teams that kneel during the anthem, should they even agree to even come out of the locker room while it’s being played.

Albert Breer reports at Sports Illustrated:

On Tuesday, NFL owners put three hours aside for a privileged session to speak — amongst themselves and family members — about the most sensitive of topics.

One was how the league will handle players kneeling during the national anthem going forward. An idea being floated in the room goes like this: It would be up to the home team on whether both teams come out of the locker room for the anthem, and, should teams come out, 15-yard penalties could be assessed for kneeling.

Yes, it is.

And just for the heck of it, yes, the @KapWatch account is still ticking away: