Why do people get mad at the NFL?

NFL player DeSean Jackson and his wife have been called racist, sexist, misogynistic, and homophobic slurs since he returned to the league in 2018, but what about his teammates?

We took a look at the most racist comments, sexist comments, and derogatory language directed at players and their families.1.

The Dallas Cowboys “blackface” protest The Cowboys were involved in a racist protest against the San Francisco 49ers on Jan. 8, 2019.

The protest was organized by a group called the Black Panthers.

They wanted to show solidarity with those who died in the wake of the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri.

As they marched from the stadium, players and fans booed and waved signs in the direction of police officers.

They were also booed by the media.

Cowboys players and coaches joined in on the chants and cheered.

The players then went on a march down the street, carrying a banner that read “Black Lives Matter.”

The players were wearing hoodies and hoodies were also worn by the protesters.

The protesters then began chanting, “Hands up, don’t shoot.”

Some of the players, including Cowboys defensive end Ezekiel Elliott, had his hoodie pulled down and his hair pulled up in the air.

He was then asked to take a knee during the anthem.

Some players and owners also stood during the song.

The Cowboys also had a line in the song that read, “The city’s been here, it’s been in our hearts, we’ve fought for it, we won’t stop until it stops.”2.

The Los Angeles Rams racially discriminated against an African-American woman and her son.

The Rams were fined $1.5 million by the league for a racist tweet.

On Dec. 19, 2018, Rams owner Stan Kroenke posted a tweet that read: “We’ve got a lot of work to do in L.A. & a lot to teach.

We need more diversity, more empathy, more diversity.”

He then added, “It is the last thing our fans want.”

After the tweet went viral, Kroenker was fired by the team.

On Monday, a group of players and players’ families wrote a letter to the team, which said they felt Kroenckers words were “racist and insensitive.”

Kroenkers statement to ESPN’s Adam Schefter said, “I was wrong, I apologize.

It was inexcusable and I’m sorry.”3.

The Indianapolis Colts racially discriminated during the national anthem.

Colts owner Jim Irsay apologized for his comments and tweeted that the players had spoken up about the issue.

“I never meant to offend anybody.

I was just trying to make a point.

But I’m sure I was wrong,” he said.

Irsays tweet was a response to a question from ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schettini.

Schettina said, Irsals words were not racist, they were just saying he’s disappointed in the way the country is treating people of color.

I understand that people have different ideas about this.

But he’s the owner of a football team, he has the right to express his opinion, and I respect that, I understand his perspective.

Schellin said that the Colts have received numerous complaints about the way they treat people of different races.

I’m not going to comment on that, but the people that are complaining have a right to their opinion, so they’re welcome to their opinions.

I hope that we can come to some sort of understanding on that,” Irsaying said.4.

The Cleveland Browns racially discriminated.

“We’ll look at everything that we did, and we’ll be as transparent as we can be. “

We can’t just put the game on Sunday,” Haslam said, adding that the team is looking into whether it was a mistake or not.

“We’ll look at everything that we did, and we’ll be as transparent as we can be.

But that’s what we’re looking at.

And we’ve made that decision.”

Browns players and staffs union president Ray Farmer tweeted that he and Haslam have spoken and that the owners’ actions have been “inconsistent with our values and ideals.”

The Browns are the first NFL team to play on a Sunday since 1968, when the New York Giants played on a Monday night.5.

The New York Jets racially discriminated in a racial slur.

The Jets announced in April 2018 that they would be replacing offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg with offensive line coach Johnnie Walker.

The team released a statement saying that Mornhalweg would be fired, and the team announced it would be re-hiring Walker, who was a defensive coordinator for the Jets in 2015.

Walker has also been accused of racially taunting African-Americans during the 2017 season, but his firing was announced two days before the Jets game. Mornhweg