Eagles' Malik Jackson won't accept Drew Brees' apology


Amid social unrest following the May death of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis, Brees said he didn't agree with anyone kneeling during the anthem, because he felt it disrespected the flag. Perhaps no one was quicker to voice their displeasure with the Saints signal-caller more than former Bronco and current FS1 host Shannon Sharpe, who even said that Brees should "retire" after making the comment. Some say they'll never trust Brees' sincerity.

The Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman told ABC 6 in Philadelphia that he does not think Brees' apology was honest. "I think he's only apologizing because people came for him and people are disagreeing with him and he understands that his base in Louisiana, there's a lot of black people". "Whatever happens, it must be nice to make $25 million a year and have that stance".

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Spike Lee is standing up for Drew Brees. Davis, Jenkins, and Watson are founding members of the Players Coalition, while Brees has stepped up as an ally after several days of intense conversations with his friends and teammates. "I think that right now, especially with what the country is going through, it is about how you phrase your statements and about empathy and listening". I said, 'Drew, I'll be here.' I said, 'My criticism was harsh - there's no question about that. "You've got to show me". "A flag that has oppressed people". He didn't disclose his message to the team, but he did discuss how Saints players accepted Brees' apology.

"Definitely excited to play him this year", the 6-foot-5, 290-pounder Jackson said. "Me and Kobe (Bryant), we had a great thing going, but the media divided our team". What hurt the most is because it came from you.' I said, 'Drew, no white quarterback in the history of the National Football League has had black support like you got it. ...