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The group was formed by 40 players on behalf of players who were kneeling during the 2016 season to highlight police brutality and systemic oppression.
The league has also committed to being more proactive in collaborating with players to address criminal justice reform, police reform, and economic and educational advancement of underprivileged communities.
Roc Nation also played a role in the league’s Inspire Change initiative which is focused on “education and economic advancement, police and community relations, and criminal justice reform.”
In the video, he admitted that the league was “wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier,” related to the peaceful protests of players like Colin Kaepernick.
“The NFL and our clubs will continue to work collaboratively with NFL players to support programs to address criminal justice reform, police reforms, and economic and educational advancement,” wrote the NFL in a statement.