‘Hold Jed Accountable’ banner flies over Levi’s Stadium

Dec 20, 2015 at 11:39 AM--


A new banner was flying over Levi's Stadium prior to Sunday's game between the San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals.


The banner reads "Hold Jed Accountable," referring to 49ers CEO Jed York.


Earlier this season, a similar banner flew over the stadium prior to the 49ers' matchup against the Arizona Cardinals. It read, "Jed & 49ers Should Mutually Part Ways."

During that earlier anti-York protest, Stadium officials had the plane contacted and requested that they depart, to which the plane said no, citing free speech.





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