NFL Teams Issue Responses To Trump’s Attacks On Their Players

    Trump has never shied away from attacking people, especially on Twitter and over the last two days he’s attacked many people, some of them being NFL players. 

    Trump, in an attempt to fire up his base, went after Colin Kaepernick and everyone who supported him. Yet in doing so, he went after NFL player, compelling NFL teams to respond to his divisive remarks through individual statements. Here are the team and/or team owners who have issued statements. We will continue to update the list as they are issued.

    Pittsburgh Steelers on Twitter

    Statement from #Steelers President Art Rooney II:

    Texans PR on Twitter

    Statement from @HoustonTexans Founder, Chairman and CEO Robert C. McNair:

    Jacksonville Jaguars on Twitter

    Statement from our Owner Shad Khan:

    Baltimore Ravens on Twitter

    Statement from Owner Steve Bisciotti.

    New England Patriots on Twitter

    Statement from #Patriots Chairman & CEO Robert Kraft:

    Seattle Seahawks on Twitter

    A statement from Seahawks President Peter McLoughlin

    Indianapolis Colts on Twitter

    Statement from #Colts Owner @JimIrsay on recent events:

    Buffalo Bills on Twitter

    Statement from Buffalo Bills Owners Terry and Kim Pegula.

    Atlanta Falcons on Twitter

    Statement from Arthur Blank:

    Denver Broncos on Twitter

    We could not be more proud, appreciative and grateful for our players.” A statement from President/CEO Joe Ellis:

    Philadelphia Eagles on Twitter

    Miami Dolphins on Twitter

    Statement from Miami Dolphins Owner and Founder of Ross Initiative in Sports for Equality (RISE) Stephen Ross.

    Jed York on Twitter

    Jim Sciutto on Twitter

    NY @Giants call POTUS comments “inappropriate, offensive and divisive