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Crowell still making amends for controversial Instagram post

Isaiah Crowell faced the media on Thursday at the Cleveland Browns practice facility and not surprisingly the issue of a controversial image he posted last month on Instagram was a topic of discussion. Crowell in July posted a disturbing image of a police officer being stabbed in the throat by a person in a black hood in reaction to the fatal shootings of black men by police in...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 29, 2016  |  Discuss

Isaiah Crowell attends funeral of slain Dallas police officer

Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell knew he owed an apology to police officers. After posting a since deleted image of a cop having his throat slit, Crowell offered a donation to The Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation. The foundation’s president, Sergeant Demetrick Pennie, was not interested in the donation. Instead, he invited Crowell to Dallas to attend the funeral of...
Via Sportsnaut
July 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Who are the police to essentially threaten Browns, fans?

In the aftermath of the horror that rocked the nation last week in Minnesota, Louisiana and Texas, Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell did something very stupid. The 23-year-old posted a graphic illustration online depicting the murder of a police officer, and although he took the post down almost immediately and issued an apology, he’ll likely never live that original...
Via This Given Sunday
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

After misguided Instagram post, Isaiah Crowell will donate paycheck to Dallas Fallen Officers Fund

Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell has already apologized for an offensive photo posted to his Instagram account. In case you thought Crowell was giving you the usual PR lip service in his apology, he is looking to prove his heart is in the right place by offering a game check to the Dallas Fallen Officers Foundation. Crowell posted a video message on his Facebook page...
Via The Comeback
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Cleveland police association accepts Isaiah Crowell’s apology

After refusing to accept Isaiah Crowell’s original apology, the Cleveland Police Patrolmen’s Association has reconsidered after the Cleveland Browns running back issued a more personal and heartfelt message in a video posted Wednesday morning on Facebook. Crowell originally apologized via a written statement for posting an image to social media featuring a disturbing illustration...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Isaiah Crowell pledges game check to Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation

Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell is attempting to make amends for a controversial Instagram post by vowing to donate his first game check of the 2016 NFL season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation. Crowell last Wednesday posted a disturbing image of a police officer having his throat slashed by a person in a black hood in response to fatal shootings of black men...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Crowell donating game check to Dallas police foundation

Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell is trying to make things right after he posted a photo on social media last week that depicted a police officer being stabbed. In a video he shared on Facebook Wednesday morning, Crowell announced that he is donating his first game check this season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation, which is dedicated to helping the families of...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 13, 2016  |  Discuss

Browns react to Isaiah Crowell's graphic Instagram photo

The Cleveland Browns say they have no plans to release Isaiah Crowell in the wake of a graphic image the running back shared on social media that depicted a police officer being stabbed. Following the killings of two black men by police last week, Crowell posted a drawn image on Instagram that showed a man dressed in all black with a hood on stabbing an officer in the throat. “They...
Via Larry Brown Sports
July 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Isaiah Crowell signs with Under Armour

Well, that didn’t take long. Just a week after recording two touchdowns in his first game as a pro, undrafted rookie running back Isaiah Crowell has inked a deal with the high-performance sports apparel company Under Armour. Excited to be the newest member of the @UnderArmour fam!! #iwill — Isaiah Crowell (@IsaiahCrowell34) September 17, 2014 Interestingly enough, one of Crowell’s...
Via Waiting For Next Year
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Cleveland Browns RB Isaiah Crowell named a top-5 hero in NFL from last week

Most people consider the final preseason game as a throwaway; regular starters don’t play, so it’s reserved mostly for guys who will be selling insurance three days later. But that notion, while grounded in some element of truth, isn’t 100 percent accurate. In fact, some on the bubble were able to play their way onto (and off of) rosters last week. Who fell into each category...
Via cover32 - Browns
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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