The NFL is under fire from all sides these days.
No one saw this coming.
And now a former ESPN host just made this insane attack on the NFL.
The NFL dove head first into supporting the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020.
Teams tried to buy the movement’s good will with tens of millions of dollars in donations and encouraging anti-police protests.
It wasn’t enough.
Racist former ESPN host Jemele Hill and former Philadelphia Eagles, Minnesota Vikings, and Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb are teaming up for a Vice TV documentary entitled “Fear of a Black Quarterback,” which will attack the NFL for being racist.
“I’m honored to be a part of something that will allow people to see the full scope of what myself and so many other Black quarterbacks faced on a daily basis while we were in the league,” McNabb stated. “I think about Warren Moon and other guys who paved the way for me, now it’s my turn to push the conversation around race, culture, and different biases in the NFL forward so that having a Black kid in the quarterback position in the future won’t be such an anomaly.”
No one is quite sure what McNabb is talking about how black quarterbacks are allegedly looked at as an anomaly.
The four highest paid quarterbacks in football rights now – Patrick Mahomes, Dak Prescott, Deshaun Watson, and Russell Wilson – are all black.
Over the last ten NFL drafts 11 of the 32 quarterbacks taken in the first round – 34 percent – were black.
In 2020, 10 NFL starting quarterbacks were black, which was the highest number in league history.
In the last twenty years, Michael Vick, Jamarcus Russell, Cam Newton, Jameis Winston, and Kyler Murray were all black quarterbacks taken number one overall in the draft.
Vice, Jemele Hill, and Donovan McNabb just want to inject critical race theory into sports to lie about the NFL and the current state of the game.
Sports with Balls will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.