NFL Pays Tribute to Martin Luther King Jr During Wildcard Weekend

The NFL announced on Monday that the league will honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the NFC wild-card playoff game between the Los Angeles Rams and Arizona Cardinals.

What NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said

"We are proud to pay tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at our game tonight,"

Roger Goodell added

"We are honored to work alongside Dr. Bernice King and the King Center to help foster unity, drive positive change in our communities, and continue the critical fight to end racism."

What Adam Schefter said on it

To honor the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., the NFL is adding a circular "MLK" sticker to the back of every player's helmet for tonight’s Cardinals-Rams wild-card game. Helmet decals will also feature, BE LOVE or STOP HATE.

What Bills Defensive tackle Harrison Phillips said about the King

"You can't really think about the Civil Rights Movement without what Martin Luther King's done for Black people in America,"

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