ESPN Declines to Comment on Domonique Foxworth’s Anti-Dog Comment; Bills Teammates Crush Him

ESPN analyst Domonique Foxworth proudly told Bomani Jones that he roots against Bills’ QB Josh Allen because his fans support the American flag and dogs.

OutKick asked ESPN for comment and if Foxworth’s statement reflects the company’s view of the fans who Foxworth denounced. ESPN declined to comment on both.

Since Foxworth’s ignorant comments, Allen’s teammates have called the radical ESPN host out.

Allen recently donated $17,000, which turned into $700,000 for local hospitals.

What a terrible guy, huh, Foxworth?

Here’s more context on Foxworth’s conversation with former TV and radio host Bomani Jones:

Even Rachel Bush has joined in.

ESPN should be ashamed of Foxworth. But it is not. And that’s telling.

By the way, keep loving your country and your dogs.

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers media, politics, and sports at OutKick.


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  1. ESPN has catered to the Cancel Culture loving Commiecrats and their real owners….China. Bills players and fans should just flood ESPN with calls, texts, e-mails and Twitter backlash just to pester the shit out of them. It’s honestly very amusing watching ESPN drown in their own hypocrisy. I watched the very first episode of ESPN and was very faithful to the brand until they started politicizing everything. It was like watching the demise of the once great MTV. I also watched the very first episode of MTV. Both stations were a huge part of my teen years. Once MTV went from playing music to being a teen soap opera episode, they became irrelevant. ESPN is working towards the same downward spiral.

  2. Imagine a corn fed, white midwestern commentator (hard to find at ESPN) stating that he finds it hard to support Lamar Jackson because his fans listen to rap and wear #BLM t-shirts. Do you think ESPN would stay quiet about THOSE dog whistles?

    Its 41 year run was nice (at least until 2015). Now ESPN just needs to go away. As an added benefit, cable TV bills across America would take a $10 monthly drop.

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