NFL players Chris and Kyle Long say violence in Charlottesville won’t define hometown

NFL players Chris and Kyle Long say violence in

As their hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, reels from a weekend beset by violence stemming from a series of white supremacist rallies, NFL players Chris and Kyle Long said the community will emerge stronger. “Coming from Charlottesville, it’s a quiet town. The loudest it gets is on Saturdays at [University of Virginia’s] Scott Stadium.

NFL players Chris and Kyle Long condemn hate in hometown

Aug 14, 2017 · Brothers and NFL players Chris and Kyle Long, sons of Pro Football Hall of Famer Howie Long, were shocked and saddened by the weekend of violence that took place in their hometown of Charlottesville, Va., but felt the hateful events that stemmed from a white supremacy march wouldn’t define the community they grew up in.

Chris, Kyle Long Comment on Hometown of Charlottesville

Aug 13, 2017 · After violent protests that resulted in injuries and one death in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday, NFL players Chris and Kyle Long commented on the situation in their hometown

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Bears’ Kyle Long Speaks Out After Violence In Hometown Charlottesville Kyle Long speaks out after a rally turned deadly in his hometown of Charlottesville. By Chris …

NFL players Chris and Kyle Long say violence in

Chris and Kyle Long, who grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, watched in dismay as their hometown was besieged by violence and hate rallies. The Long brothers say the community will not be defined by those actions and will emerge stronger.

Kyle and Chris Long speak out about violent protests in

Aug 13, 2017 · Kyle and Chris Long speak out about violent protests in their hometown of Charlottesville New, 127 comments The Long brothers shared their thoughts on this …

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As their hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, reels from a weekend beset by violence stemming from a series of white supremacist rallies, NFL players Chris and Kyle Long said the community will emerge stronger. “Coming from Charlottesville, it’s a quiet town. The loudest it gets is on Saturdays at [University of Virginia’s] Scott Stadium.

Chris and Kyle Long: Hate has no place in hometown of

As their hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia, reels from a weekend beset by violence stemming from a series of white supremacist rallies, NFL players Chris and Kyle Long said the community will emerge stronger. “Coming from Charlottesville, it’s a quiet town. The loudest it gets is on Saturdays at [University of Virginia’s] Scott Stadium.

Chris Long Refuses To Stick To Sports After Violence In

Chris Long isn’t going to keep his nose buried in the playbook. The Philadelphia Eagles defensive end is a native of Charlottesville, Va., and he condemned the violence that occurred in his hometown Saturday, as well as President Donald Trump’s reaction to the violence via Twitter.