“More videos have come out of guys getting killed, and I think people are still missing the point,” Sherman said. “The reason these guys are kneeling, the reason we’re locking arms is to bring people together to make people aware that this is not right. It’s not right for people to get killed in the street.”
“These ideas are based on the actions many of you have already taken or supported, including convening community conversations in NBA markets to engage young people, parents, community leaders and law enforcement in a candid dialogue,” read one excerpt of the memo, signed by both NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and union head Michele Roberts.
“My big thing is holding people accountable— no matter what the race, no matter what the gender is, no matter what the age is.,” Newton said at his weekly news conference Wednesday.
“When I got there, there was a baseball player with the Red Sox and he said in the paper, ‘You know they’re not going to have an N-word quarterback here in Boston,'” Jackson, 69, recalled in an interview with The Associated Press.
“I was one of those kids with the transistor radio,” I told him. “Under the pillow at night, listening to the game.”
“There’s some frustration, but it’s hard to be frustrated when you’re sitting here 2-0,” Sanders said.
“Stayed straight,” starter Luke Weaver said. “For it to flatten out at such a big moment right there is disappointing.”
The Broncos had released Keo over the weekend while he was serving a two-game suspension for an offseason drunken driving arrest