Houston Texans Gamers Plot Mass Protest This Sunday Following Proprietor’s ‘Jail’ Feedback
Houston Texans offensive lineman raised the black energy fist throughout the Nationwide Anthem final season.
Final week Houston Texans proprietor Invoice O’Brien referred to NFL gamers in a owner-player assembly final week.
O’Brien instructed the representatives, “We will’t have inmates operating the jail.”
The liberal media and activist gamers instantly advised this was a racist remark.
Now the Texans are speaking a few mass protest on Sunday.
It’s extremely potential that the Texans will stage some kind of protest in solidarity Sunday in spite of everything of their gamers have stood for the nationwide anthem all season.
The final Texans participant to interrupt from that norm throughout the anthem was offensive deal with Duane Brown, who raised his fist within the air throughout a September loss final season to the New England Patriots.
“I don’t know,” Texans coach Invoice O’Brien stated. “I feel that we’re all grown males. I’d inform you I assist my gamers 100 p.c.”