While the NFL athletes continue to focus on social justice by wearing the names of anyone shot by police who happens to be black on their helmets, one player chose a much different path.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Tyler Eifert chose to go against the grain, and instead wore the name of retired officer David Dorn, who was brutally killed by looters, after trying to protect a local business in St. Louis.
Eifert said on Twitter that it was an ‘honor’ to wear the name of David Dorn on his helmet.
Jags tight end Tyler Eifert honored murdered St. Louis police officer David Dorn on his helmet: https://t.co/82zOXFevRV
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 14, 2020
Fox News has more on Eifert honoring officer David Dorn:
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Tyler Eifert honored fallen police officer David Dorn with a decal on the back of his helmet during the first game of the NFL