During a day of NFL players speaking out against Donald Trump and his comments from a rally in Alabama on Friday, the most poignant perspective may have come at the end of the night from Redskins cornerback Josh Norman.
When asked to comment on Trump calling players who peacefully protest during the national anthem “son of a b—” who should be fired, Norman didn’t hold back.
“What president?” Norman said ( via USA Today ) at his locker after a 27-10 win over the Raiders. “Not my president. He was chosen, true. But when a president acts like that, what do you say to that? That’s not someone that stands with dignity, pride, respect, honor. Where’s the honor in that? Where’s the dignity in that? Where is anything that’s prideful in doing what you did?”
In an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer, the young man delved further into what he plans to do with the organization.
“I am beyond excited to have the opportunity to help both the NFL and the Minnesota Vikings to reach a younger demographic of fans,” he said. “Working with an organization as exciting as the NFL will be an exciting addition to the list of clients I have worked with. The NFL and Vikings have done an amazing job of exposing me to all facets on the game. This, combined with my ongoing research, will allow us to introduce new enhancements to both the in-game and every day football experience.”
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