Player arrivals have always been a social media favorite amongst sports fans with athletes rocking their signature looks, but this year players are getting creative with using this time to have their voices be heard.
Robert Griffin III arrived at NRG Stadium earlier today for the Ravens-Texans game in Houston sporting a "Black Lives Matter" sweatshirt with the faces of victims of police brutality.
The Baltimore Ravens have been one of the most vocal organizations in supporting their players and promoting active change. We saw in week one Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti standing with his team during the black national anthem.
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti (on Mark Ingram's right) also stood with the team. https://t.co/Svpj6BJVjZ— Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) September 13, 2020