Tom Brady took notice of the comments DeSean Jackson made and responded to Julian Edelman’s post. Truth is, Edelman didn’t really say anything about his fellow wideout. Moreover, he is ready to open a dialogue with Jackson and talk the whole thing.
Jackson triggered an avalanche of reactions with his anti-Semitic post on Instagram. Edelman is Jewish and he took his time to respond to the post. It was a rather long responde, and Edelman suggested that they take a trip to Washington DC and visit the Holocaust Museum. They can even go to the Museum of African American History and Culture.
Tom Brady supports Jules following the comments DeSean Jackson made
There may be a lot of “uncomfortable conversations” between the wideouts, but Edelman is ready to go through that and much more. According to him, there’s a big similarity between the Black and Jewish communities, adding that BLM protests need more attention.
“One unfortunate similarity is that they are both attacked by the ignorant and the hateful. It’s really hard to see the challenges a community can face when you’re not part of it. So what we need to do is, we need to listen, we need to learn, we need to act. We need to have these uncomfortable conversations if we’re going to have real change. So to that end, DeSean, let’s do a deal. How about we go to DC and I take you to the Holocaust Museum and then you take me to the museum of African American History and Culture. Afterwards, we’ll grab some burgers and we have those uncomfortable conversations. This world needs a little more love, compassion and empathy. Take care.”
Edelman is absolutely right. This world needs more love and respect. A lot of fans showed respect in the comments section, and we also noticed the names of Edelman’s current and former teammates.
“Love u Jules,” TB12 wrote.
Willie McGinest encouraged Edelman to “be the change.”
Teddy Bruschi, Damien Woody, Donte Stallworth and many others shared their thoughts.
Well, Jackson did apologize. He vowed to “work with local and national organizations to be more informed and make a difference in our community.”
We believe this will be enough for NFL fans to stop blasting him. Making those anti-Semitic comments was a bad move, and Jackson was hit with a big dose of criticism. NFL fans don’t really approve attitude of this kind.