Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora (72), a native of London, pursues Dolphins running back Jesse Chatman on the messy Wembley Stadium field.
For Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora, it was an unrivaled experience. The London native was ecstatic to be playing in his home country, which he’d departed when he was only 6, first to Nigeria and then to the United States.
I left London in ’87, and I hadn’t been back, and when I found out I was playing a game where I was born, it was crazy to me, he said. To play a regular-season game overseas, and to play in London, it was an amazing feeling. A lot of my family came in from Nigeria.
Houston Texans kicker Nick Novak, who also is from Charlottesville, said Monday that what is taking place there is the devil’s work.
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Game Womens Dominic Raiola Jersey I just think it’s terrible. It’s not how I was raised. It makes me emotional to talk about, but I pray for those guys, the people that were injured, he said.
Other professional athletes expressed their dismay over the violence in Charlottesville. Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James said the situation was sad and took a swipe Saturday on Twitter at President Donald Trump, who came under bipartisan scolding for not clearly condemning the hate groups immediately after the altercations.
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