The Washington Football Team is doing its part to raise awareness of racial inequality and social justice issues in America.
Several members of the Washington Football Team wore shirts that read "end racism" on the back during the team's warm-ups on Sunday, including quarterbacks Alex Smith and Dwayne Haskins.
The front of the shirts also carried a similar message, reading "injustice against any of us is injustice against all of us."
Washington's official Twitter account posted a picture of Smith wearing the shirt.
The shirt was not exclusive to Washington, as several players around the league were also seen wearing it, too.
Several players, including Haskins, are wearing stickers on the back of their helmet that read the names of people who have been victims of racial injustice or police brutality.
Haskins posted a picture of his helmet on social media on Friday with 'Davon McNeal' written on the back of it. McNeal, 11, was fatally shot at a stop-the-violence cookout in Washington, D.C. on July 4.