Mike Ditka apologized Tuesday for saying during a radio interview earlier in the week that he wasn’t aware of any racial oppression over the last 100 years.
The legendary NFL player and coach said in a statement posted on WGN-TV that he was talking about the world of pro football and not society in general.
During the radio interview Monday, Ditka was asked his opinion on NFL players taking a knee during the national anthem. He painted a pretty rosy picture of the world in response.
“I don’t know what social injustices there’ve been,” Ditka told Jim Gray on Westwood One...