The NFL Will Have ‘End Racism’ Written In End Zones This Season According To Roger Goodell

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NFL commissioner Roger Goodell spoke to the media via a conference call on Tuesday and addressed how the league was going to handle the pandemic and initializing social justice initiatives for the upcoming season.

Throughout the offseason, Goodell has come out and spoken about how he regretted how the league has handled social justice issues in the past, and now it seems like he’s trying to be proactive in how the NFL addresses them this season.

Via Yahoo Sports

“The NFL stands with the black community, players, clubs and fans confronting systemic racism,” Goodell said during his conference call. “We will not relent in our work’ The league will honor victims of police brutality throughout season.”

According to NFL insider Albert Breer, Goodell says the NFL will have two messages in the endzone this season “It takes all of us” and “End Racism.”

It seems like fans who are on both sides of the political spectrum weren’t impressed with the endzone messages.

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