Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva Writes Name of Army Hero on His Helmet Instead of BLM Message

Steelers’ Alejandro Villanueva Writes Name of Army Hero on His Helmet Instead of BLM Message


A former captain in the U.S. Army who served three tours in Afghanistan and now is a lineman for the Steelers stood up against the BLM propaganda infiltrating the NFL.

Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Alejandro Villanueva stayed away from the BLM  “woke ” message and wore the name of a fallen Army hero on his helmet instead.

During Monday night’s game against the Giants, Villanueva decided not to wear Antwon Rose Jr.’s name on his helmet like the rest of his team and wrote  Alywn Cashe’s name as an alternative.

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Army Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe died after he attempted to rescue his fellow soldiers who were burning inside a vehicle that was on fire from a roadside bomb explosion.

Villanueva, a former captain in the U.S. Army was seen covering Antwon Rose’s name with that of Alwyn Cash.​ https://t.co/zEQkjxNA0q

— FOX26Houston (@FOX26Houston) September 15, 2020

Steelers’ lineman Alejandro Villanueva wore the name of a fallen Army

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