Police officers and law enforcement officials are returning Miami Dolphins’ game tickets after three players from the NFL team protested during the national anthem, according to a police group official.

Broward County Police Benevolent Association Vice President Rod Skirvin appeared on “Fox & Friends First” and said that his union was very disappointed by the players’ actions. “That was, until the kneeling happened Thursday at the Dolphins game,” Skirvin said.

The team members Albert Wilson and Kenny Stills, both 26, and defensive end Robert Quinn, 28, protested during the pre-season game against the Tampa Bay Bucs. Wilson and Stills took a knee during the national anthem and Quinn had his fist raised in the air.