Maria Taylor continues to receive “first-take” treatment and apologizes to Drew Blaise for questioning
Drew Brees apologizes After a strong response, many people were called “deaf and dumb people” and commented on why players should represent the American flag.
But ESPN’s Maria Taylor believes that if there is no strong opposition, there will be no apology.
-Priority (@FirstTake) June 5, 2020
Taylor did not fight when discussing Blaise, why he should have an understanding of “black experience”, and pointed out that 70% of the NFL is composed of black players.
“When I watched George Floyd hold his breath, my patience left my body. If that didn’t affect you, and made you want to find your way back, I want to solve a problem , That is, after you saw that person died in the middle of the road, our country’s racial injustice. I don’t know if this is your heart, and I don’t know this is your heart, but I no longer accept them Any one. I won’t endure it anymore.”
Tayor posted a video on Twitter, adding: “I said what I said.”
Many athletes questioned Blaise’s comments on the American flag.
NBA superstar LeBron James Especially the saint’s Malcolm Jenkins shouted loudly, making some people wonder if there would be a crack in the saint’s dressing room.
Jenkin’s is known for raising his fist during the national anthem. He posted a heartfelt video in response to Brees’s comments about black American patriotism and their experience of returning home from war.
“The whole country is on fire, and the first thing you have to do is to criticize a person’s peaceful protest?” -NFL star Malcolm Jenkins opposed his saint teammate Drew Brice (Drew Brees), claiming to be disrespectful when kneeling during the national anthem pic.twitter.com/NDzVFjlg7f
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) June 4, 2020
Blaise held a conference call, which included Shaquille O’Neal, apologizing to all teammates.
Although many players have accepted Blaise’s apology, it is unclear how this will affect the team and Blaise’s leadership at the beginning of the season.
The NFL preseason game is scheduled to begin on August 6.
The Saints played their first preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams on August 14.