Kevin Blackistone

University of Maryland; Washington Post

Professor of journalism at the University of Maryland, regular ESPN panelist, and sports commentary writer for the Washington Post.

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Several professional football players responded to the death of George Floyd with a social media video on Thursday.   
 
  #StrongerTogether   pic.twitter.com/sfwF9Uvgaa  
— Patrick…

NFL players call on league to condemn racism, support black players

Several professional football players responded to the death of George Floyd with a social media video on Thursday.  #StrongerTogether pic.twitter.com/sfwF9Uvgaa — Patrick…

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