Vikings' Kirk Cousins to the people of Minneapolis after George Floyd's death: 'My heart breaks for our city'

A number of athletes have publicly spoken out condemning the loss of life of George Floyd however for Minnesota Vikings celebrity Kirk Cousins, his make stronger for the other people of Minneapolis resonates on a extra private stage.

The veteran quarterback took to Instagram on Friday to voice his make stronger for a group he’s been in a position to name house for the previous two seasons.

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“My middle breaks for our town, however particularly for my African American brothers and sisters, who I do know really feel this on a degree I will’t in all probability perceive,” he wrote within the publish.

“Please know I’m with you. I harm with and for you. WE should do higher. WE should be higher. Would possibly God pour out His mercy and charm such that we’re higher,” he wrote.

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Cousins spent the majority of his occupation with the Washington Redskins however in 2018, he signed a three-year $84 million contract with the Vikings. He signed a two-year $66 million contract extension in March.

Outdoor of Minnesota, different athletes have publicly spoken about Floyd’s loss of life whilst in police custody after a video gave the impression to display one officer with a knee on his neck as he screamed for assist and that he used to be having bother respiring.

Cincinnati Bengals’ rookie Joe Burrow tweeted Friday that the black group is hurting.

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“The black group wishes our assist. They’ve been unheard for a ways too lengthy. Open your ears, concentrate, and talk. This isn’t politics. That is human rights,” he wrote.

Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos contributed to this file. 

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