Black players continue to provide compelling evidence suggesting their league, like most organizations in the United States, face the same racial inequalities that those protesting are trying to bring to light.
In a conversation between Tyrann Mathieu and former Bronco Brandon Marshall, in which the now-Chiefs DB stated he regretted not kneeling with the 30-year-old free agent in 2016, Steven Nelson chimed in, going as far as calling Kansas City racist.
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Nelson was drafted by the Chiefs in the third round of the NFL Draft back in 2015 and played four seasons in Kansas City before signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers last offseason. In a quick back-and-forth Twitter conversation in Mathieu’s thread, he revealed his thoughts on Kansas City’s attitude towards black players.
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