Protesters interrupt NFL's season-opener between Bills-Rams with pink smoke bombs Leaving a trail of pink smoke inside the air, 

 animal rights protesters ran onto the sector at SoFi Stadium Thursday night at some stage in the sport among the Los Angeles Rams and Buffalo Bills.

The girls carried purple flares and one in all them appeared to throw a purple smoke bomb as they in brief interrupted play inside the 

 fourth quarter earlier than protection removed them from the sphere and the Bills went on to overcome the Rams, 31-10. 

The women have been recognized as Emek Echo and Katia Shokrai by using Direct Action Everywhere, which payments itself as 

grassroots animal rights community and said the ladies have been representing them. NFL NEWSLETTER: Sign up now to get

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The institution stated the protesters on Thursday night time have been seeking to spotlight an upcoming Smithfield Foods manufacturing

facility farm trial. Smithfield Foods, founded in Smithfield, Virginia, in 1936, is owned through Hong Kong-based WH Group.