Protests continue to take place across the US after the death of George Floyd as people across the nation march against racism and police brutality.

In an attempt to keep the protests peaceful, some people have expressed themselves a little differently and some people have been taking out their feelings on buildings throughout the city. Professional athletes have been taking part in the protests across the nation, and they’ve also been helping with the clean ups, as well.

Following recent protests in the Tampa Bay area, NFL players Auden Tate, Ray-Ray McCloud and Isaiah Rodgers did their part to help put the area back together and assisted with the clean up.


NFL players Auden Tate of the Bengals, Ray-Ray McCloud of the Bills and Isaiah Rodgers of the Colts, helped clean up in the Tampa Bay area. 🙏 @brgridiron (via @swift_chico)

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On the field they play for different teams, but off the field they’re all on the same team. They’re not the only athletes who have helped with the cleaning as San Antonio Spurs’ Lonnie Walker helped out recently after the San Antonio protests.


Lonnie Walker of the Spurs is helping to clean up graffiti after protests in San Antonio 👏 . (🎥: @buddah)

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