NFL lawsuit bombshell: 'If the Black players don’t like it here, they should go back to Africa and see how bad it is'

In a legal dispute initiated by Jim Trotter, it has come to light that Jerry Jones and Terry Pegula made racially insensitive remarks on multiple occasions.

Pro Football Talk unveiled the first glimpse of Jim Trotter's discrimination lawsuit against the NFL.

Trotter's lawsuit, filed in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, names the NFL and NFL Network as defendants.

Trotter's complaint, spanning 53 pages, highlights the issue of racial inequality within the NFL.

Trotter alleges that Jerry Jones and Terry Pegula made troubling statements:

Terry Pegula suggested that dissatisfied Black players should "return to Africa."

Jerry Jones implied that Black individuals should consider owning their own teams.

Trotter raised complaints, but no remedial actions were taken.

Terry Pegula promptly denied Trotter's allegations.

Jerry Jones' previous involvement in a racially charged incident was mentioned.

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