Joe Burrow is firmly behind the Black Lives Matter movement.
The Cincinnati Bengals showed this back in May that he wasn’t afraid to use his significant platform in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd.
“The black community needs our help,” Burrow tweeted in May. “They have been unheard for far too long. Open your ears, listen, and speak. This isn’t politics. This is human rights.”
On Thursday, Burrow went super viral when he took to Twitter again to address people after another police shooting, as well as the killing of two protesters by a gunman in Kenosha days later.
Joe Burrow is just weeks away from making his NFL debut as he is set to play his first game on Sept. 13th at home against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Everything is on the table from players kneeling during the Anthem, to doing what multiple NBA teams did and refuse to play the games until they start to see real change in this country.