REPORT: NFL legend quick to slam woke article claiming football is racist

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Super Bowl champion coach Tony Dungy slammed an article in the Scientific American on Friday that claimed that the NFL’s violence “disproportionately affected” Black men.

The opinion article says Black men are overrepresented on the playing field and underrepresented in positions of power. The article claimed that through the process of “racial stacking” coaches allegedly racially segregate by playing position and put Black athletes at a higher risk. The article added that fans tuning into football games are desensitized to the violence it brings.

“While this form of entertainment has been normalized, Hamlin’s injury demonstrates that ordinary violence has potentially deadly consequences, and highlights how Black men’s athletic labor sustains this brutal system,” the article says.

Dungy pushed back on the article with a tweet that read, “As a black man and former NFL player I can say this article is absolutely ridiculous.”

The subject arose after Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills suffered cardiac arrest during a Monday night game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

UPDATE: Hamlin shares FIRST picture of himself, says ‘nothing I want more than to be running out that tunnel’

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