But he also wants to talk to them about their political views.
“I think it’s an opportunity for growth to have those conversations,” he added. “If we don’t allow ourselves to have those conversations, we’re stunting our growth.”
Bennett is heavily involved in social justice activism and co-authored a book last year called “Things That Make White People Uncomfortable.”
The 11-year NFL veteran also recently said he plans to remain in the locker room for the playing of the national anthem. He has Michael“>consistently supported Colin Kaepernick and sat during the national anthem in 2017.
“From a football perspective there’s a respect for Belichick,” Bennett said. “I consider him the Yoda of football when it comes to the ins and outs of what’s happening around how to prepare for a game.”
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