Racist Text From Jake Fromm Resurfaces Ahead Of Potential First Start

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New York Giants quarterback Jake Fromm spoke on his leaked racist text ahead of what could be his first NFL start against the Eagles this weekend

Former Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm is in line for a potential start with the New York Giants this weekend. Which means people are going to be looking through his past to dig up dirt.

Unfortunately for the rookie, he didn’t make it too hard.

In June 2020, an old text conversation between Jake Fromm and a childhood friend leaked to Twitter where he added a racist quip on the topic of gun control.

“Just make them very expensive so only elite white people can get them haha,” From wrote.

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“I addressed my teammates and coaches in a team meeting today and I hope they see this incident is not representative of the person I am,” Jake Fromm said on the matter when he was still a member of the Bills.

On Wednesday, the QB spoke on meeting some of his Giants teammates and potentially having the opportunity to lead them against the Eagles this weekend.

“For me, going to a new situation and a new locker room, there weren’t a whole lot of guys that really knew me,” Fromm said Wednesday. “So I was really selling myself and saying, ‘Hey guys, this is me, this is my heart, this is who I really am.’ And it’s a really long hard road to earn people’s trust, and I’m just super thankful for that family there in Buffalo who really took me in and helped me.”

Jake Fromm said no one in the Giants locker room has brought up the racist text to him.

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