Isaiah Crowell Apologizes for Instagram Post, Pledges Game Check to Charity

July 13, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Days after making an insensitive Instagram post in reference to recent shooting deaths involving police, Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell apologized and made a commitment to a police-related charity Wednesday. 
As seen in this video, courtesy of TMZ Sports, the 23-year-old former Alabama State standout showed remorse for his mistake and said he will pledge his first game check for the 2016 NFL season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation:
Crowell previously posted a graphic photo showing a masked man holding a machete to the throat of a police officer in response to the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. Crowell later deleted the post and apologized.
Per ESPN.com's Pat McManamon, Crowell had the following to say via a team-released statement in the aftermath of his social media post: "It was an extremely poor decision, and I apologize for that mistake and for offending people. My values and beliefs do not match that image."

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