Breer says Kansas City's offense reminds him of the great Patriots teams and … Jay is a writer and editor for The Comeback, and a contributor at Awful Announcing. I dunno. Pot meet kettle. This site is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Breer spent time covering the New England Patriots for The MetroWest Daily News[1] where he contributed stories to the Boston Herald, and later covered the NFL for The Boston Globe, The Dallas Morning News, Sporting News and NFL Network.[2]. That should go without saying; the only people who feel the need to point that out are people like Breer, whenever someone from Boston does something indisputably racist. Sure, the team said it happened, other players chimed in to note that this kind of thing happens in Fenway: Sabathia said it's talked about among black major leaguers: "we know. Oct 2009 – Present 10 years 1 month. It’s wrong. It shouldn’t be all that surprising based on today that Albert Breer would prefer to wait for an old-school white reporter to chime in rather than believing Adam Jones, a black baseball player who was literally hit with a bag of peanuts. is a sports fan website and is in no way affiliated with any professional sports team, league, or its Properties. And yet, despite all of that, Albert Breer suspected that Adam Jones was apparently making this up. It's just frustrating when there is no physical evidence of something that is supposedly a rampant problem. The great irony, of course, is that Breer could not be doing any more to reinforce the stereotype he’s so desperately trying to refute. He’s so far lost that he doesn’t see the inherent problem with not believing a black athlete’s report on its own merits, just because he doesn’t think he’s seen anything racist at Fenway in over 200 games. A few choice moments: Is it horrible to want some proof? Recognize people like these Boston people, and everyone else like them around the world, for the uneducated inbreds they are and move on from it. The MMQB's Albert Breer identified three potential wide receiver trade targets for the Patriots to pursue after Monday night's game. “A disrespectful fan threw a bag of peanuts at me,’’ Jones said, “I was called the N-word a handful of times tonight. Adam Jones and the rest of these whiners need to STFD. Perhaps, and this is just a guess, Albert Breer might not be fully aware of racism going on around him at any given point? That debate is making the rounds today in the wake of the racial abuse Adam Jones endured last night at Fenway. The New England Patriots have several roster weaknesses to consider addressing ahead of the trade deadline, and one position at, or near the top of the list is wide receiver. Albert Breer (born January 26, 1980) is a current American football journalist and reporter for Sports Illustrated's MMQB. And yet, still, Albert Breer refused it happened. Never heard a slur yelled at a player. The fan who took that video told Deadspin the guy hit Jones in the shoulder or face with a bag of peanuts. Albert Breer identifies three potential WR trade targets for Patriots, Bean: Mistake-filled loss to KC anything but a moral victory, Curran: The upset was there for the Patriots' taking. Deadspin unearthed video of the fan purportedly being escorted out: @SimplyAJ10 dont worry, they got him…and thanks for the ball. He’s in the news today for the same reasons Boston is in the news today: an ongoing debate about the level of racism found in Boston fans. Breer: Brady, Patriots Will Miss Edelman In 'Big Moments'Albert Breer talks to Toucher & Rich about where the Patriots could miss Julian Edelman the most. Family, race and religion are off limits. Upgrading the talent and depth at wide receiver would be an effective way for the Patriots to improve their passing game, regardless of who's starting at quarterback. Boston restaurants lost to coronavirus Baker’s son’s groping case remains up in the air Howie Carr: Quotations from Chairman Charlie Albert Breer. Do we really have to put an NFC East team in the playoffs? Of course not everyone in Boston is a racist. I think it is you who should STFD and shut the hell up. Even current Red Sox players said they heard what was happening, according to team president Sam Kennedy: Sam Kennedy said Red Sox owners met with Sox players, who acknowledged hearing racial epithets at Fenway. This is in addition to the various slurs thrown Jones’s way. A recap: Baltimore Orioles All-Star center fielder Adam Jones was berated by racist taunts at Fenway Park while a bag of peanuts was thrown at him Monday night, calling it one of the worst cases of fan abuse he has heard in his career. When you go to Boston, expect it. Kudos to the Red Sox for their strong condemnation, at least. Here's hoping they make the bleacher idiot's name public. Hopefully things start trending in the right direction, so that the Fenway Park experience can more properly line up with Albert Breer’s version. Period. #Birdland #IBackTheBirds @Orioles @masnOrioles, — Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) May 2, 2017. Breer has said that this led the NFL Network to ban him from covering the Patriots for the remainder of his contract, which ended in June 2016. We all know. well if anyone knows about being uneducated, it would be you. I've probably been to 200 games at Fenway in my life. Yes, where’s the proof? There's 62 of us. Albert Breer breaks down the Chiefs offense ahead of their showdown with the Patriots. Albert Breer apparently determined to die on ‘Boston Isn’t Racist!’ hill, acknowledged and apologized for the behavior, Cardinals embarrass Cowboys in Monday night beatdown, Chiefs show off terrifying all-around offense in win over Bills, Cody Bellinger’s 7th-inning homer powers Dodgers to 4-3 Game 7 NLCS win over Braves, Dansby Swanson’s home run puts Braves up 2-0 in Game 7 of the NLCS, The Jets’ Marcus Maye came up with a “butt pick” Sunday, Rob Gronkowski gets his first touchdown in 679 days on a great end-zone grab. I dunno. Boston Globe. Albert Breer NFL Writer at the Boston Globe Greater Boston Area 25 connections. ", Sabathia said in his big league career "I've never been called the N word" anywhere but in Boston, As a player, I was only warned about two stadiums where racially motivated comments could occur..Fenway was one…#TruthSucksSometimes, — Vernon Wells (@VernonWells10) May 2, 2017. Albert Breer is a senior reporter for MMQB, an analyst for CSN New England, and has long been part of the Boston sports media scene. Check out it out in the "Patriots Postgame Live" video above. Join to Connect. Could anything change his mind? He is not a strong swimmer. You don’t just move on. This was Gronk's first touchdown since his decision to come out of retirement this summer. Hank Aaron, Jackie Robinson, Ernie Banks, et al had their freaking lives threatened for stepping onto a baseball field. [4], In May 2017 Breer dismissed widely reported allegations that baseball player Adam Jones was the target of racist taunts by fans at Fenway Park because, according to Breer "I've probably been to 200 games at Fenway in my life. [6], "Albert Breer moves from NFL Network to Sports Illustrated", "Albert Breer Leaving NFL Network: 'It's A Very Limiting Place In A Lot Of Different Ways, "Albert Breer Returns to Social Media After Suspension from NFL Network", "Is it horrible to want some proof? "[5], In 2017 Breer repeatedly defended NFL front offices against allegations of "blackballing" Colin Kaepernick for his decision to protest the national anthem. Prior to his suspension he had agreed to take a position with the MMQB. He is also a content strategist for The MMQB, Sports Illustrated's NFL vertical. In the wake of those incidents, the Red Sox acknowledged and apologized for the behavior. The passing attack has been less successful. @bomani_jones Not what I'm saying. Which is why it comes up in the first place. Would your time have been better spent finding out what actually happened than finger-wagging on Twitter? You want to boo a player, go at it. Breer spent time covering the New England Patriots for The MetroWest Daily News where he contributed stories to the Boston Herald, and later covered the NFL for The Boston Globe, The Dallas Morning News, Sporting News and NFL Network. Albert Breer is a senior reporter for MMQB, an analyst for CSN New England, and has long been part of the Boston sports media scene. Because in his beloved Boston, no one would dare act like this. Never heard a slur yelled at a player", "Breer: 4 execs debunk Kaepernick blackball theory",, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 22:08.

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