In the video, they ask the NFL to issue a statement condemning racism and police brutality following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
“How many times do we need to ask to listen to your players?” Tyrone Matthew asked.
“What do you need?” Diandrea Hopkins Limited.
“Will one of us be killed by police brutality?” Jarvis asked the laundry.
With the promise that they would not be silenced, the players listed suggestions on what the NFL could say.
“On behalf of the National Football League, we, the players, want to hear what you have to say,” he said. “We, the National Football League, condemn racism and the traditional oppression of blacks. We, the National Football League, believe that black life is important. “
Racism has become an unwavering charge in the NFL, especially after former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin started walking before the Copernicus Games when the national anthem police acted in protest of the barbarism.
Protests against Floyd’s murder continue in U.S. cities, with many sports stars taking part.
Thomas criticized the Saints quarterback Drew Bryce this week, saying he would “never agree with anyone insulting the flag,” the beginning of Kafernik’s national anthem protest movement.
Three other former officers at the scene were also arrested and charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and aiding and abetting postgraduate and second-degree genocide.
Leya Asmelash contributed to this story.