Brees and his fellow Saints team-mates wore the shirt throughout the season in support of justice for Briona Taylor, who was killed during a police raid in Kentucky in March.
The saints tweeted a picture of Brie and caused this Some believe he was supporting A woman was killed by police in Washington, DC when a violent crowd stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday.
New Orleans deleted the tweet and posted another one showing its defensive back Malcolm Jenkins In the same shirt with an explanation of why they’re wearing the T-shirt. Jenkins has been one of the NFL’s biggest voices in the fight for social justice. It’s unclear why the saints removed the original tweet in the first place.
Bryce caused a firestorm over the summer when he said players should stand for the national anthem.
Bryce said Yahoo Finance In June he will “never agree” with anyone who kneels during the national anthem. NFL players vowed to protest somehow during the season to draw attention to police brutality and social injustice in the United States following the death of George Floyd on May 25 while in police custody in Minneapolis.
His comments sparked sharp reprimand from many players, including his teammates.
He would apologize and later describe his comments as a “missed opportunity”.