ESPN caught a bunch of heat for repeatedly sharing the worst thing that ever happened to players after they were drafted.  One of those graphics had to do with Bengals second-round pick Tee Higgins.

The ESPN graphic pointed out that Higgins’ mother, Camillia, battled drug addiction for 16 years.  A lot of people felt that the graphic took things too far.

Higgins responded to the backlash over the graphic and was surprisingly supportive of the graphic.

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