Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins has participated in silent protests during the national anthem prior to games and has explained his reasons for doing so in the past.
Today, he posted a video alongside recently retired wide receiver Anquan Boldin reiterating exactly what they are protesting for.
Jenkins and Boldin have teamed up together in the past as part of a group who met with Congress last year in an attempt to push for legislation that would help improve relations between minority communities and local police.
"We want to take the time to explain to fellow football fans why we are demonstrating," Jenkins says in the video.
"This season I'll be raising my fist to take a stand for racial equality and much-needed reform to our criminal justice system," he said. "We're fighting to pass Clean Slate legislation in the state of Pennsylvania that would automatically seal non-violent misdemeanor records after ten years."
Boldin mentions he has police in his family while Jenkins has military members in his.
"The only way to create change and win is together," Boldin says.
You can watch the full statement below.
The self-proclaimed Social Media King strikes again.
After scoring 29 points and pulling down nine rebounds en route to leading the Sixers to a 116-94 win over the Bucks, Joel Embiid took to Instagram to take one more dig at Milwaukee's owner, Wes Edens.
Peep the location: "The Results U."
Need a quick refresher?
Flashback to June 19, 2017, Edens threw some serious shade toward The Process.
So let's talk about the results.
The Sixers are now 1-0 against the Bucks since Edens' choice words last summer and Embiid — the poster child of The Process — put up some serious numbers.
Small sample size … but Embiid continues to be the ultimate and lovable troll he is.
Oh, you thought we here in Philadelphia were special? You thought Bud Light liked Eagles fans more than they liked Vikings fans?
Bud Light likes fans who purchase their beer.
But yes, Bud Light did make a special little promo for Eagles fans playing off their "Dilly, Dilly!" campaign that for some strange reason many people seem to like. And get this, it uses "Philly, Philly!"
Because it rhymes.
You can watch that right here and the three other spots they made for the Viking, Patriots, and Jaguars below. The Patriots' one is probably the best.