"He's not welcome in Washington," the cornerback said of Trump, per Matthew Paras of the Washington Times.
JP Finlay of CSN Mid-Atlantic provided an extended video of Norman's comments after the game:
"This right here is not acceptable," he said. "... It's so sad."
Speaking at a rally in Alabama Friday, Trump referred to players who kneel during the national anthem as a "son of a b---h" and said they should be "fired."
More than 100 players responded by kneeling or sitting Sunday, with three teams avoiding the ceremony altogether. The Redskins were one of the teams that chose to lock arms, with Norman standing arm-and-arm with owner Dan Snyder.
After the game, the veteran said the protest was in response to the "tyranny we face behind POTUS," per Kevin Boilard of 247Sports.