The Brown player apologizes for the throat cut screen Poly

BEREA, Ohio Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell has for publishing a photo on Instagram last week apologized a policeman shows his throat cut to get.
Crowell recorded after men in Louisiana and Minnesota were killed by the police to draw. Later the post was removed, but was followed by a screenshot on social networks are broadcast, then apologized on Monday.
Five policemen were killed in an attack by a sniper in Dallas on Thursday night at an event during the two deaths. seven other officers and two civilians were wounded.
"Last week was a difficult, emotional week and have seen extreme violence against black men of our country and against police officers in Dallas," Crowell said in a statement distributed by the Browns.
"I have a photo Instagram written in the middle of this emotion that can not be removed immediately. It was a very bad decision and sorry for this mistake and offend people my not values ​​and beliefs on this subject agree.. I am outraged and angry death of Alton Sterling and Philando Castilla and many others. I am by the stops in Dallas and the death of five honorable cops (Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael J. Smith, Brent Thompson and Patrick Zamarripa) shocked and saddened providing protection while trying to keep the peace. we have to be better as a society, it is not about color, it's what's good and bad. I'm very bad on the screen. all the basic questions of life, every death as a result the violence it should be treated with the same indignation and grief. "
Crowell had 706 yards and four touchdowns to Cleveland last year. The former star of Alabama State was 1,313 yards and 12 touchdowns in two seasons with the Browns

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