This morning, members of the Jacksonville Jaguars led a march to raise awareness for racial injustice, and one of the figures at the front and center was Josh Allen.
The former Kentucky Wildcat, holding his son Wesley, walked from TIAA Bank Field to the Jacksonville Police Department alongside his teammates, coaches, and Jaguars fans wearing a “Black Lives Matter” t-shirt:
— John Shipley (@_John_Shipley) June 5, 2020
The @Jaguars players, staff, coaches making their way toward @JSOPIO – Led by most tenured Jags player @JUSTAB3 and also here is Myles Jack and @JoshAllen41_ plus former Jags player @DenardX @ActionSportsJax @ActionNewsJax @ESPN690Jax @WOKVNews pic.twitter.com/HM5bTGi7ME
— Brent Martineau (@BrentASJax) June 5, 2020
You can see more footage of the march, including speeches from players, staff, and policemen, below.
"For many Americans, now is the moment. Never has that been clearer."
Our players are leading an organization-wide march to raise awareness for racial injustice against the Black community.
This is just the first step forward. https://t.co/8HP6CsxD8E
— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) June 5, 2020