Arian Foster sends wave of tweets on race, class after DOJ decision

Anyone wondering how Arian Foster is spending his retirement, we can at least report how he spent a big chunk of time Thursday evening — tweeting out messages on race, crime, class and other social justice issues.

The Twitter rush started late afternoon, after news broke that the U.S. Department of Justice ordered the continued use of private prisons, rescinding an order by officials under the previous administration of former President Barack Obama.

“I was led to believe it was my wife’s [post]. They never showed it to me or never said anything other than a parent brought it to their attention,” Bryant told WXIA.

The school did not respond to a request for more information from the station.

Bryant told the station he is considering legal action, but he’s particularly upset about how one parent could apparently influence the school’s decision.

“If one parent or one part of a school can control it that much as far as Christianity, it makes you wonder what times we’re in,” he said. “I am a Christian, that’s the one NFL Cheap Jerseys Wholesale thing that gives Christianity a bad name, when we start passing judgment on each other.”

The Jaguars selected the former Alabama player 26th overall in the 1999 NFL Draft. He went on to play with the Lions and Patriots before finishing his career in 2008 with Pittsburgh as a member of the Super Bowl XLIII championship team.

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