The coach of the Denver Broncos doesn’t believe racism exists in the NFL, but his players show their beliefs are elsewhere. All-Pro linebacker Von Miller, safety Justin Simmons and more of the Broncos hit the streets of Denver to protest with citizens.

CNN reports all those affiliated with the Broncos wore a shirt that stated “if ain’t with us, you against us.”

Broncos players spoke during the march, which began at the State Capitol Building and wrapped up at the Greek Amphitheater in Civic Center Park.

“The time is always right to do what is right,” Miller said.

“I can’t say what this means as an African-American man to see so many people of different colors, different races coming together in solidarity,” Simmons added.

although his earlier statements would lead you to believe he wouldn’t come, head coach Vic Fangio also attended. He apologized for his statements on Thursday.