Seahawks Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett is one of four players who signed a memo they sent to the NFL last month asking the league to formally recognize mistreatment of minorities and the need for police reform, by establishing a month for those causes like it does for breast-cancer awareness.
Seahawks Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett is one of four players who signed a memo they sent to the NFL last month asking the league to formally recognize mistreatment of minorities and the need for police reform, by establishing a month for those causes like it does for breast-cancer awareness. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Seahawks Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett is one of four players who signed a memo they sent to the NFL last month asking the league to formally recognize mistreatment of minorities and the need for police reform, by establishing a month for those causes like it does for breast-cancer awareness. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
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Michael Bennett waits on NFL to formally recognize social inequality with a month like it does breast cancer

September 21, 2017 3:31 PM

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