Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio said Wednesday that his remarks about racism and discrimination in the NFL were “wrong” and apologized, saying in a statement, “I should have been more clear and I am sorry.”

Fangio, now in his second season with the Broncos, held a 16-minute session with local media Tuesday that covered a variety of topics, including his outrage at George Floyd’s death while in police custody and his support for his players’ involvement in social justice protests.

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He singled out safety Justin Simmons as a “great person, a great leader” and quarterback Drew Lock’s offseason progress.

But Fangio was also asked whether, in his more than three decades in the NFL, he thought players’ activism had increased given current events.

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