Ryan Clark shared an Instagram direct message he received containing racist and anti-gay language Tuesday.
“Yoooo stupid n—-r…remember when Green Bay f—ked your f—t ass in the Super Bowl?????? LOL..stay SALY BITCHHHHH ASSSSS,” the message read.
As you see above, the former NFL safety and current ESPN analyst responded by saying “God bless you and yours. I pray you live forever.” He also called on internet trolls to put a picture to their offensive comments, saying it “isn’t even fun.”
Back in 2020, the Super Bowl champ shared his emotional reaction to the story of his son and two Arizona State football teammates who were called a racial slur by a customer at a Whataburger restaurant.
Ryan Clark played 13 seasons in the National Football League for 3 teams. He had 16 interceptions, 645 solo tackles, 286 assists, and 4 sacks.