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How former, current Alabama players reacted to racial injustice march

Alabama players march to fight racial injustice
Aug 31, 2020; Tuscaloosa, AL, USA; University of Alabama football players along with other student athletes march to support social justice Monday, August 31, 2020, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. The athletes and coaches marched to Fosters Auditorium, the sight of the famous stand in the Schoolhouse Door to voice their support for social justice. Mandatory Credit: Gary Cosby Jr./Tuscaloosa News-USA TODAY NETWORK

Alabama football’s players and coaches particpated in a march against racial injustice Monday.

As videos begin to pop up all over social media, former and current Alabama football players shared their feelings over the march. Here are some of their reactions:

Landon Collins (Former Alabama S)

Mack Wilson (Former Alabama LB)

Ronnie Harrison (Former Alabama DB)

Devonta Smith (Alabama WR)

Jaylen Waddle (Alabama WR)

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John Metchie (Alabama WR)

Najee Harris (Alabama RB)

Malachi Moore (Alabama DB)

 

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