Former Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving, who retired from the NFL at the age of 25 so he could smoke weed, has some interesting thoughts on head coach Jason Garrett.
While on “The D.A. Show” on Wednesday, Irving said he thinks that Garrett is “uncomfortable with people of color.” He made sure to say that Garrett isn’t a racist, but doesn’t think he knows how to talk or relate to people of color.
Former #Cowboys DT David Irving tells me he thinks Jason Garrett is “uncomfortable with people of color.” I found Irving to be pretty insightful & thought-provoking during our 20-min conversation. pic.twitter.com/yu2gdoXMrm
— Damon Amendolara (@DAonCBS) April 3, 2019
Irving is the first of Garrett’s former players to make such claims. He’s also the first of Garrett’s former players to retire to spend more time smoking weed.
It’s more likely Garrett’s just a weird dude and Irving is smoking weed and thinking way too much about his interactions with his former head coach.
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