Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss got emotional on ESPN’s “NFL Countdown” on Sunday morning during a panel discussion about race in the NFL.
Moss was asked by host Sam Ponder how he might respond to a head coach who used racially tinged language like Los Angeles Raiders coach Jon Gruden did in an email a decade ago when referring to NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, who is Black.
The 14-year NFL veteran talked about how his “civil rights were kinda messed with in high school over the color of my skin.” Then his voice began to quiver when addressing what it would be like to play for an NFL coach who did something similar.
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SOURCE: USA Today, Steve Gardner