The NFL is furthering their efforts to show their support to their players who have spoken out against racism amidst the current climate of ur country.
After moves including publicly backing the Black Lives Matter movement, admitting they should have done more to support Colin Kaepernick, and allowing players to have names of victims of police brutality written on their helmets, the league announced that they will have messages written in the end zone.
The saying “End Racism” and “It Takes All Of Us” will be painted in the thicker white line in the back of the the end zones at each game this season. The spot was formerly used for promotion of things like ‘Crucial Catch’ and ‘Salute To Service’.
In addition, the NFL will feature the story of a victim of social or racial injustice or police brutality and tell that person’s story “in and around” the games.