Goodell condemns racism, admits NFL wrong for not listening earlier; Foxworth reacts | SportsCenter

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell release a video statement condemning racism, apologizing for not hearing the black NFL players in the past, encouraging them to peacefully protest and even pledging to protest with them. Former head of the NFLPA Domonique Foxworth reacts to the video saying that it’s good to hear but it’s just a start. That the league has to keep wanting to learn and the players have to continue to apply pressure.

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The National Football League is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference.

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