San Francisco 49ers condemn racist messages sent to Arizona Cardinals Buda Baker

Santa Clara, California. – San Francisco 49ers publicly condemned the man who sent racist messages to Arizona Cardinals safety Bud Baker and announced that he had begun an investigation to identify the fan.

Baker took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to share screenshots of direct messages he had received on Twitter with someone who harassed him with a variety of racial slaters. With screenshots of the messages, Baker wrote, “I’m all good with the litter-talking protests with fans but that’s right here. All you can do is pray for all people.”

Niners Issued a statement On Tuesday afternoon, condemning the person sending the message and clarifying that he would no longer be welcome at the 49th game or event.

“The San Francisco 49ers disproportionately denote racist messages sent to Buddha Baker. The person who sent the messages does not represent the 49ers or Faithfull. According to the team’s policy, we identify this person And all 49ers will ban the Games.

“Events like these demonstrate how much work remains to be done to remove racism and hate in our society. We remain steadfast in our commitment to that work.”

Zain York, Chief Executive Officer of the Niners Echoed that message via twitter, “Sadly these incidents happen very often. Allowing these individuals to go unchecked allows racism and hatred to spread. I urge other teams in the sports world to ban those people Let’s consider our policy, which wants to shed tears to save others from racism. ” And threats of violence. ”

The person in question looks like the man was bending tightly to Bener, who bent George Kabet’s left knee. Baker delivered a hit into Kaitel’s feet on a late ball thrown by quarterback Jimmy Garrappolo in the second quarter of Arizona’s 24–20 win against the Niners on Sunday. Fan accuses Baker of trying to get behind the murderer’s knees.

After missing a photo, Kaitel returned and finished the game. He defended Baker on Tuesday afternoon, posting a picture of him and Baker in game action with the caption, “Respect nothing but 32.” [Baker’s jersey number]! You see the road below. “Baker Ne” always respected Bro. ”

Katele and Baker, who entered the league in 2017, have had a series of hot contests matchups over the past few seasons, but last week Kight said that he and Baker have enjoyed a friendly rivalry and even one another Are among the first to text. When each received an attractive contract extension before the season.

“We have mutual respect for each other,” Cuttle said on 10 September. Buddha is one hell of a football player. I love watching the game of Buddha. He is a demon. He is all over the ground. … We compete at a very high level, we have a lot of intensity, and we both love the game of football. What else do you need in a matchup? ”