The list of people speaking their mind on the Colin Kaepernick situation with the NFL grows, and now former NFL player Randy Moss spoke his mind about the situation. During an appearance on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown, Moss commented on Kaepernick’s past actions and others who have been kneeling during the national anthem. “Over the last month, we’ve had a lot of losers out here in our country protesting racism and doing a lot of negative stuff that puts a lot of bad shame on our country,” stated Moss. He went on to compare Kaepernick and others’ efforts to J.J. Watt, the defensive end who helped raise more than $30 million for a flood relief fund in Houston.
Moss ended up saying “When you see the things that J.J. Watt is doing, bringing winners together— you know, bringing a community and a whole state together.” Moss ended up concluding his statement by noting that the protests against the national anthem are happening at a time when people need help with all of the hurricanes surfacing at the moment. Moss believes there is a time and place for everything and right now isn't the time to protest racism, but to band together to do something for those in need.
Check out Moss's comments in the video above.