Dolphins Head Coach Brian Flores and Kenny is not on the same page when it comes to Steals, who talks about systemic racism. A few weeks ago, Flores issued a warning of weak sauces when Steals criticized the overwhelming support of owner Stephen Ross for the re-election campaign of Donald Trump. Now that Steals has criticized the launch of the NFL's weak new media deal with Roc Nation, Flores seems to have found an even more disgusting way to pull off his receiver.
Steals spoke on Monday about the incredible league play in the league of entertainment / social justice, and in particular how he was portrayed by Jay-Z and Roger Goodell. Steals took a particular exception from Jay-Z's line-up that it was now "time for action" and some incorrectly defined "we" who "got past our knees". For Stills, this point essentially echoes the unfair arguments of MAGA shitheads, who lazily and inaccurately blamed NFL players for protesting police brutality and systematic racism during national anthem ceremonies for preferring symbolic action to actual action. ESPN summary:
"Some of the ways he answered his questions by talking about going past his knees as he once protested. He is not an NFL player He has never been on his knees. Choosing to talk about people as he had talked to people. … I wonder how many ordinary people he knows or has talked to. I wonder if he reads my comments on Facebook or my comments on Instagram or some of the things people tell me. Let's just say we're moving past something that doesn't seem very informed.
"I felt that [Jay-Z] really discredited Colin [Kaepernick] and himself, and the work that is being done in our communities," says Steals, a two-time Dolphin nominee  Steals was less disgusted and more willing to extend the benefit of the Jay-Z suspicion to Panthers safety and fellow protester Eric Reed, but he disapproved of it. describes the partnership as the NFL, "putting the problem of Roc Nation and Shawn Carter on their shoulders instead of themselves." but while Stills was composing himself and thoughtfully answering difficult questions about the leverage of the league that hired him, his head coach was busy putting together a workout playlist that surely seems designed to get under Stills' skin. :
The dolphins have been reported adamantly that this choice of music is not intended to be "disrespectful to the Styles" but the Best ] anybody can think of is that Flores was probably making a cosmic brain attempt to sub Steals prepares to dispel the noise from the crowd. Flores himself did not explain the playlist, and the team's spokesman "had no explanation." I'm sure it's just a harmless coincidence! So everything is just insolent, even in Miami, from the sound of it.