The player made his first statement regarding the murder of George Floyd on Thursday and followed it up with action on Friday.
The player was virtually barred from the NFL because he protested against police brutality meted out to African Americans and their resulting deaths over the years.
On Friday he tweeted, “In fighting for liberation there‘s always retaliation. We must protect our Freedom Fighters. We started a legal defense initiative to give legal representation to Freedom Fighters in Minneapolis paid for by ‘Know Your Rights Camp’.”
The player has founded the camp to teach minority kids about current issues while also educating them about their rights especially during encounters with police officers.