Isiah Crowell Donates First NFL Season Check To Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation After Inciting…

Isiah Crowell donated his first check of the season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation.

Isiah Crowell donated his first check of the season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation. (Flickr/Erik Drost)

Isiah Crowell Donates First NFL Season Check To Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation After Inciting…

Cleveland Browns running back Isiah Crowell donated his first check of the season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation after he had previously incited violence against police.

After Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were shot by police officers, Isiah Crowell took to social media to share a picture of a police officer getting executed. The picture depicts a man dressed like an Islamic terrorist who is cutting open the throat of a police officer. “Mood: They give polices all types of weapons and they continuously choose to kill us…#Weak,”

Isiah Crowell posted the picture prior to the assassination of the five Dallas police officers during the Dallas terrorist attack. Crowell then seemed to realize that inciting violence against police officers is actually a really awful thing to do. Crowell removed the picture, apologized, and offered to pay his first check of the season to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation.

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In his apology, Crowell stated, “I am outraged and upset by the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile along with so many others. I am also outraged and saddened by the attacks in Dallas and the deaths of the 5 honorable police officers (Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol, Michael J. Smith, Brent Thompson, and Patrick Zamarripa) who were providing protection while trying to keep peace. We have to be better as a society, it’s not about color, it’s about what’s right and wrong. I was very wrong in posting that image. Every single life matters, every death as a result of violence should be treated with equal outrage and penalty.”

President of Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation, Sergeant Demetrick Pennie, said that they didn’t want Crowell’s money, and instead urged him to understand the situation instead of buying into Black Lives Matter nonsense. Sergeant Pennie is now suing Black Lives Matter for inciting a race war.

After receiving his first check, Isiah Crowell made good on his promise and sent $35,000 to Sergeant Pennie who accepted the check on the foundation’s behalf.

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  • ladywriter24

    i am not a fan of football so i will look at this as just a person (because i honestly have no idea who he is and really don’t care) that posted that hidious picture. i don’t think he’s sorry one bit and he’s only trying to save his football career. anyone can say they’re sorry…they are just words. i was a victim of severe child abuse in every form and the worst was the verbal abuse. how do you unhear words? you don’t and you never forget what was said and someone can say they’re sorry all day long and it won’t change a thing. posting that picture is unforgivable and somewhere there’s someone that saw it and thinks it’s okay. IT’S NOT.

  • duder1897

    He is doing this to save his NFL career. No other reason. He is a piece of crap and should be treated as such.

  • Carlos McGugin

    I wish there was a law that could be used to prosecute him for that picture. It certainly led some people to think that executing Police was okay.

    • Kristen Loomis

      I think there was a lot more to that misguided thinking than just that disgusting picture.

  • Dave Zavistoski

    So according to you 2 clowns a person can never change their way of thinking? What you clowns don’t understand is humans act out with anger sometimes and then realize it’s not the proper thing to do . And decided to change their lives for the better. Everyone deserves a 2nd chance.

    • Ray Welch

      Nice try pal – There is NO excuse for inciting killing just because you are upset or mad.

      • Dave Zavistoski

        You never got in a fight with someone and said I’ll f’ing kill you? Yeah right people say and do things all the time before thinking it out.oh it was a stupid picture and he took it down right away and apologized for his actions but you fuckers want blood and you are never WRONG

    • Larry Horton

      Let me rape your wife and then appologize and see if that makes you feel better and more forgiving

      • Dave Zavistoski

        Larry you are a fucking asshole! !! He put up a fucking pic because he was upset and didn’t know how to properly express himself. You guys are really shine dumbass fuckers

        • Larry Horton

          So, you call me an asshole for using my analogy showing how ridiculous your defense of a pathetic overpaid punk truely is. How do you think I feel to watch my sister a paramedic put on a bullet proof vest because she wears a uniform? Or, to see my family members kiss their kids goodbye each day knowing some dumbass ass pimple helped paint a target on their back by posting photo reflecting his sick racist idiology in an attempt to incite people to use my family as target practice? And you call me an asshole? You my friend have the intelligence of an amoeba.

  • I AM DEPLORABLE ✓ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ

    Amazing what people will do when their career is about to be flushed. Too little, too late.

  • Ray Welch

    It would be nice of him and other blacks and the BLM to hear them tell the truth. IF and I repeat IF blacks would do this when confronted by the police (who 90 percent of the time are send to you by a call) 1. Showed Respect 2. Carry no weapons 3, Not fight the police and lastly – OBEY all orders. Now all you idiots who blame the cops Try this because what you are doing has never and will never work. I will be waiting.

    • Kristen Loomis

      On your suggestion number two, carrying a weapon itself isn’t the problem. There are plenty of concealed carry permit holders of all races, and they’re responsible with their weapons. Where people mess up is not declaring the weapon and letting the officer disarm them. There is a huge difference in the tension level when the cop disarms you than when they find the weapon or when you pull it out and aim it.

      The rest of your suggestions I think are very reasonable and are good guidelines for people to follow.

  • Kristen Loomis

    I think it’s perfectly feasible that he’s had an epiphany of sorts and now sees where he messed up. He isn’t trying to pretend like he didn’t post that picture, he isn’t trying to pretend his actions may not have encouraged someone to think violence against an officer was okay. He’s not doing any of that. What he appears to be doing is trying to make amends. He made a commitment and he stuck to it. He made a statement that will hopefully resonate with any fans he has, I don’t know how popular he is. Time will ultimately tell if he’s remorseful or not.

    In the meantime, how does that famous line go? Oh yeah, Let he without sin cast the first stone.

  • ldonnan

    I respect the fact that he publicly acknowledge he was wrong and regretted the image. He at least admitted that ALL lives matter. It’s a start.

  • Chuck C.

    It’s one small step, finally, in the right direction, whether for self-serving, career saving reasons or not. Young black males need to hear more prominent black men promoting the old fashioned concept that ALL lives really do matter and while they’re at it, they might suggest strongly that compliance is better than defiance when dealing with LEO’s, and will save many more black lives than the movement which never seems to factor that variable into their rhetoric.

  • m.bluth

    Send the money back.