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Bears guard Kyle Long and his brother Chris came to the defense of LeBron James Friday after a Fox News host advised the Cavaliers star to stay out of politics and “shut up and dribble.”
In a video for Uninterrupted, James and Kevin Durant questioned President Trump’s leadership — James said he “don’t really give a (expletive) about the people” — to which Laura Ingraham, host of “The Ingraham Angle,” called their comments ignorant.
“It’s always unwise to seek political advice from someone who gets paid a hundred million dollars a year to bounce a ball,” Ingraham said in a Fox segment.
“Oh, and LeBron and Kevin: You’re great players but no one voted for you. Millions elected Trump to be their coach. So keep the political commentary to yourself or, as someone once said, shut up and dribble.”
Kyle Long responded to one tweet with Ingraham’s video, “Have known about Lebron. Just learning about this lady. She sucks.”
His brother, Eagles defensive end Chris Long, attacked Ingraham’s position that athletes should “stick to sports” and stay out of politics by tweeting several screen images of entertainers and athletes giving political analysis on Fox News, including musician Kid Rock, retired basketball coach Bobby Knight and former pitcher Curt Schilling.
Chris Long tweeted, “So here’s the thing. I can’t stand Curt’s views, but it’s his right to speak them. But the same people saying ‘stick to sports’ and nodding their head when Laura spews her (expletive) are tuning in to listen to Curt. ‘JUST SHUT UP AND THROW THAT BASEBALL’ – said no Fox News viewer.”
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Former Bull Anthony Morrow added, “This is why we speak up, racists like Laura Ingraham hate when we hold up a mirror and show America what America really looks like at times.” As did former James teammate and ex-Bull Dwyane Wade, who tweeted, “They use to try and hide it.. now the president has given everyone the courage to live their truths.”
The one downside to having an NFL legend for a father is that, when you get kicked out of your own team’s practice, he’s probably going to hear about it.
A frustrated Kyle Long was booted from Chicago Bears practice Tuesday after starting multiple “altercations during team and individual drills,” with players on both sides of the ball according to ESPN.com.
Kyle’s father, Howie, was asked about it this week. Imagine breaking up a fight between the Long brothers at home.
“He’s got to get it under control,” Howie Long said on the Rich Eisen show this week. “It’s one of those things where you’re coming back from injury and you’re switching positions and maybe you’re not where you want to be right now. You’re getting your first live action since the [ankle] surgery. I’ve seen it up close and personal in our own house. It got to the point where you start hitting 290, 310 [pounds], I need 10 minutes of stretching a day, minimum, to break it up.”
Player fights, so long as they don’t cause a needless injury, are one of the most overplayed aspects of training camp. People are hot, uncomfortable and angry; constantly switching from study mode to hitting mode to agility mode and sometimes it all spirals into some regrettable decisions.
Howie is right, though. Long is a key piece of a potentially dangerous Bears offensive line this season. I’ve written on multiple occasions that this could be a top 10 unit if everyone stays healthy. In Kyle Long’s case, that means healthy and under control.