NFL Players Want League To Admit It Was Wrong About Peaceful Protests

NFL stars ask league to ‘admit wrong’ in silencing on-field protests

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It continues with different players reciting: "How many times do we need to ask you to listen to your players?" We, the National Football League, admit wrong in silencing our players from peacefully protesting.

Barkley and other players, including the Browns' Odell Beckham Jr. and Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes, posted the video to their social media pages Thursday night. "For one of us to be murdered by police brutality?" the group of players said in the video. While the league hasn't directly answered the requests of its black players just yet, they have issued a statement regarding the recent political climate without mentioning George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, or police brutality.

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"On behalf of the National Football League this is what we, the players would like to hear you state", the players say in the video.

Yesterday, some of the NFL's best players recorded a video calling the league into account for their complete mishandling of the social justice initiative, refusal to say #BlackLivesMatter, and worse, their unified and conspiratorial attempt to silence Black men from speaking truth to power. Organizations around the country, including the National Football League, shared statements of support after Floyd's death. "We assert our right to peacefully protest".

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The players followed with "What if I was George Floyd?". "We the National Football League believe Black Lives Matter".

If, as Reid says, the league isn't going to fix its past actions, will the NFL do more going forward? "We stand with the black community because Black Lives Matter". To date we have donated $44 million to support hundreds of worthy organizations.

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The video comes after New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees apologized for saying he'd "never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag".

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