“Why can’t black ppl be happy for other black ppl”- NFL Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe is fed up with people criticizing Deion Sanders


Former American Football Player Deion Sanders has been announced as the new head of Colorado. However, as many were excited to witness the larger-than-life persona in a beleaguered Pac-12 program, yet there has been a lot of criticism surrounding the same news as the same person went ahead to tell the Buffaloes players to hit the transfer portal.

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Deion Sanders as Jackson State Tigers coach (Getty)

Having already has his QB picked out – none other than his own son, Shedeur, it is never a good idea to go ahead and tell the players to hit the transfer portal. With immense criticism being thrown his way to affect the morale of the youngster enormously, Shannon Sharpe came to his rescue.

On one hand where Buffaloes fired coach Karl Dorrell after starting 0-5 in his third season, the team eventually finished with a 1-11 record. Interestingly, this is why Sanders, who has his undefeated season capped three impressive years at Jackson State, required to take charge.

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To those who are unaware, Sanders compiled a 27-5 record and won two SWAC championships while at Jackson State, including a 43-24 win in the SWAC title game on Saturday.

“It ain’t gonna be no more of a mess that these wonderful fans, the student body and some of your parents have put up with for probably two decades now. I’m coming, and when I get here, it’s gonna be changed,” Sanders told a room full of Colorado players.

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Deion Sanders (NFL)

“So I want y’all to get ready to go ahead and jump in the portal and do whatever you’re gonna get because if more of you jump in, the more room you make.”

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