Brian Hoyer

Brian Hoyer

The sports world has taken a strong stand when it comes to social justice in America. Uncomfortable conversations are necessary to bring injustices to light and those conversations have skyrocketed since the death of George Floyd.

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Bill Belichick spoke discreetly about the New England Patriots’ conversations, and Brian Hoyer elaborated during his press conference on Monday.

“I think first and foremost I’ll say this: I’ve never been more proud to be a part of this organization,” Hoyer said, transcribed by NESN. “Last year when I went to Indianapolis I missed these guys. There’s something special about the guys in this locker room and it starts with the Matt Slaters, the Devin McCourtys, the Jason McCourtys, (Dont’a) Hightower, Julian (Edelman). We have great leadership and it trickles down.

“We talked the other day. To hear those guys speak, I don’t know how anybody can sit there and hear the cries from the Black community and not say, ‘we’re with you.’ And I know we have a unique perspective being football players and interacting with guys of different color, race, religion, whatever it might be on any day. And I always look at how fortunate we are to get to come together as one, see that we all have differences and that’s OK and that we embrace people’s differences. And you look out in our country right now and there’s a lot of division and I think if we can be an example of unity, I’m all for it. So, I fully support them and that movement. I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of not only the Patriots and our great community but the NFL community as well.”

How to use social selling to drive ecommerce. Devin and Jason McCourty have publicly spoke about their outrage with the systemic racism and police brutality that’s rooted in this country. Hoyer touched on the lessons he’s learned from the twins.

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“Look it’s more important than football,” Hoyer said. “I mean you sit there and you hear (the McCourtys) talk and hear how they have to teach their children if you get pulled over, do this or else you might not come home alive. My wife always jokes I’m not a very empathetic person but when you sit there and you see a tear running down Devin McCourty’s face, and he’s explaining that that’s what he’s gonna have to tell his kids, I’m thinking to myself how is this even possible?

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“And I was fortunate enough to be raised to treat everyone the way you want to be treated, and I know that seams so simple but it’s obviously not happening in our country and throughout the world really, so you see that and you realize this is important, and you gotta create time. You gotta sit down and have those conversations, be able to sit in the locker room and talk for 25-30 minutes and say, “Here, I hear you, I’m here for you, what can we do to help?”