Delanie Walker, family have received death threats since his national anthem comments
Delanie Walker said Thursday he and his family have received death threats since he spoke out to defend the Titans’ decision to skip the national anthem last Sunday.
Both the Titans and Seahawks stayed in the locker room during the national anthem before their game at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.
Earlier this week, the two-time Pro Bowl tight end said that fans talking about not coming to games because of national anthem protests should just stay away.
In an Instragram post Thursday, Walker said the death threats he and his family have received are “heartbreaking.”
Charlotte Observer beat reporter Jourdan Rodrigue asked Newton during Wednesday’s news conference about wide receiver Devin Funchess embracing the physicality of routes and if Newton got enjoyment out of that.
“I think Cam made a mistake,” Rivera said. “I understand he had a conversation where he pretty much said he shouldn’t have said what he said. As far as I’m concerned, what I’d like to do is talk about the Detroit Lions, who we play on Sunday.”
The team issued a statement Wednesday saying Newton and Rodrigue talked and Cheap Jerseys America Newton showed “regret” for making the comment. Rodrigue said in her own statement that the situation Cheap International Soccer Jerseys got worse when she confronted Newton and there was no apology.