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The Tennessee Titans say they are releasing defensive lineman
Karl Klug after seven years with the franchise.

General manager Jon Robinson said Friday that he appreciates all of Klug's
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Klug had 26 tackles and 1 陆 sacks in 15 games last season in his return from
a torn Achilles tendon at the end of the 2016 season. That earned him the
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HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Texans fired back Wednesday at an East Texas
school superintendent who wrote: “You can’t count on a black quarterback,” in
the comment section of an online news article where he was criticizing
quarterback Deshaun Watson.

Lynn Redden is superintendent of the Onalaska Independent School District in
the Piney Woods, about 75 miles north of Houston. In his post in the comment
section of a story written by the Houston Chronicle and posted on Facebook,
Redden referred to the last play of Sunday’s game, in which Watson let the clock
run down before completing a pass to DeAndre Hopkins in a 20-17 loss to the
Tennessee Titans.

Redden’s full post read: “When you need precision decision making you can’t
count on a black quarterback.” It was quickly deleted, but not before another
reader took a screenshot of it and sent it to the newspaper.

Coach Bill O’Brien was asked on Wednesday what he thought about the post.

“I really don’t want to waste a lot of time responding to outdated,
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he said. “I’ll just let Deshaun (Watson’s) proven success on the field, his
character off the field, speak for itself. He’s one of the greatest guys I’ve
ever coached. He represents everything that’s right about football, about
life.”

“His teammates respect him, his coaching staff respects him, and in this day
and age, it’s just amazing that this B.S. exists,” O’Brien continued. “But it
does. But we’re moving forward.”

Watson took a different tact, saying he didn’t waste any time worrying about
what Redden posted.

“That’s on him,” he said. “May peace be with him. I worry about me, so I’m
not worried about what he has to say.”

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after leading Clemson to a national championship in the 2016 season, did
acknowledge that he’s dealt with racism throughout his life. But he added that
he can’t let it bother him.

“It’s part of life,” he said. “I can’t control what other people what their
beliefs are. I can control what I can control. I just focus on me, and that’s
it.”

Watson was then asked if he believes Redden should be fired.

“That’s not my job,” Watson said. “I don’t make that decision.”

The Onalaska school board will convene a special meeting on Saturday to
discuss Redden’s contract. The board also released a statement on Tuesday night
condemning his post.

“Onalaska ISD regrets that an inappropriate comment has been attributed to
the district’s superintendent,” the statement read.

“The OISD does not condone negative comments or actions against any race. The
district values every individual and therefore the district will take the
appropriate measures to address the situation expeditiously and completely.”

Redden told the Chronicle that he believed he was sending a private message
when he posted the comment and told the newspaper that he based the comment on
what he called the “limited success” of black quarterbacks in the NFL.

Texans superstar defensive end J.J. Watt said he didn’t want to give Redden
or his comment any attention but did voice his support for his quarterback.

“I think it’s a very ignorant comment that doesn’t deserve any more play than
it should get,” Watt said. “It’s very unfortunate. But I trust him, I trust him
a whole lot. We all trust him a whole lot.”

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