‘My Antenna Are Up When I Notice…White Guy, White Guy, White Guy’: ESPN’s Kellerman Questions NFL Drafting Quarterbacks

‘My Antenna Are Up When I Notice…White Guy, White Guy, White Guy’: ESPN’s Kellerman Questions NFL Drafting Quarterbacks


Speaking on ESPN’s “First Take,” commentator Max Kellerman, referring to the NFL draft this year, insinuated that NFL owners might have a racist perspective on drafting quarterbacks, telling co-host Stephen A. Smith, “My antenna are up when I notice one, two, and three this year, white, guy, white guy, white guy.”

Smith, noting that Ohio State quarterback Justin Fields’s position in the draft has slipped since Ohio State defeated Clemson in the Sugar Bowl earlier this year, stated, “And to go from the number two pick, or the number two quarterback, rather, to number five, where you got literally four quarterbacks ahead of you? I’m just looking at it and saying what the hell is going on here?”

He continued, “So for me, the only reason I say I would have a problem, if you’re telling me he’s not that guy, then I want to know what the hell was everybody saying what they said before, when the college football season ended,

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