Former Ravens player has perfect solution for fan upset over anthem protests

Former Ravens safety James Ihedigbo has a solid solution to one fan’s reaction to player protests. (AP Photo/Nick Wass, File)

Fans have reacted in a number of ways to NFL teams’ responses to President Donald Trump and ensuing national anthem protests this weekend. Some have supported players and teams who choose not to participate. Some, to put it lightly, have not.

One Baltimore Ravens fan in particular did not support Baltimore players’ decision to kneel this weekend, taking to Twitter to announce he will sell his season tickets if protests continue. Former Ravens safety James Ihedigbo offered a solution. He’ll simply “buy [the tickets] and give them away,” he replied to the fan:


Ihedigbo played for Baltimore in 2011 and 2012, earning a Super Bowl ring in his second year with the team. He last appeared in the NFL last year with the Bills.

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