Arthur Moats Admits Some White Players Use The N Word Freely

The topic came up after a conversation on what Rudolph could've said to upset Garrett

The PM Team with Poni & Mueller
November 19, 2019 - 4:52 pm

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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - Ramon Foster is taking exception to some in the national media saying that it was an incendiary or racist comment made by Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph that caused Browns’ Myles Garrett to lose his cool and hit him with Rudolph’s helmet.

“I know it wasn’t provoked by anything Mason said or did, he just took one on the top of the dome at a guy that lost his cool and that’s unfortunate,” said Foster. “The people that painted a picture of him saying a racist remark or him grabbing him in the groin area is ludicrous.”

Arthur Moats said on the PM Team Tuesday that if it was racially motivated Garrett would’ve said something after the game.

He also admitted that he has heard the N word from white players and fans during his time on the field.

Moats, who is African American was asked by Poni if he has been called that word and his response was “yes indeed, without a doubt . . . absolutely 100 percent.”

He adds he heard it from fans as well.

Moats said there were guys who had a reputation for using that kind of language in the NFL but he would control himself because it wouldn’t end well.

“I’m going to get fined or suspended . . . typically if it’s a Caucasian male and you’re the African American guy that goes crazy on him, I know it’s not popular, but we know how that’s going to get viewed.

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