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Jerry Rice Is Sorry Ya’ll; He Didn’t Realize That All Lives Matter Wasn’t Our Fight

Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice admits that he dropped the ball. As it turns out, Rice wasn’t well versed in social happenings surrounding police killings of unarmed African-American men, women and children when he spouted off, “All Lives Matter” in a recent tweet. But after being dragged on Twitter for his ill-timed tweet, […]
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