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ST. LOUIS - Before trotting onto the field for their pregame introductions, five St. Louis Rams players stood with their hands raised in a show of compassion and solidarity for Ferguson protesters.I just think there has to be a change, tight end Jared Cook said after the Rams 52-0 rout over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday. There has to be a change that starts with the people that are most influential around the world.No matter what happened on that day, no matter how the whole situation went down, there has to be a change.Coach Jeff Fisher said hed not been aware the gesture had been planned by the players, all of them black.Wide receivers Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt came out together first, with the move obscured by a smoke machine in the upper reaches of the Edward Jones Dome. Cook, Stedman Bailey and Chris Givens then came out and stood together with hands raised in the fog.Some witnesses said Michael Brown had his hands up before being fatally shot by police officer Darren Wilson in August. Brown had been unarmed.I dont want the people in the community to feel like we turned a blind eye to it, Britt said. What would I like to see happen? Change in America.After Tre Mason scored on an 8-yard run to make it 45-0 in the fourth quarter, he and Britt raised their hands together.It touched a lot of us. It added fuel to our fire, Mason said.Cook said players have been too busy to go to Ferguson, plus its kind of dangerous down there and none of us want to get caught up in anything.It takes some guts, it takes some heart, so I admire the people around the world that have been doing it, he added.Across the street from the stadium, about 75 protesters gathered in the second half as about 30 police wearing riot gear watched from a distance. 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