Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy canceled team and player meetings in support of Blackout Tuesday, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Celebrities, organizations and activists posted blank, black boxes on social media and refrained from further posting Tuesday in support of protests against police brutality. The demonstrations arose after the death of George Floyd in police custody a week ago.

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On Monday, Bears Team Chairman George McCaskey released a statement on the death of George Floyd.

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