New York Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers took Rashard Mendenhall’s post about having an All-Black vs. All-White bowl a step further on Tuesday.
Rodgers said that any type of racial draft would have to involve comedic legend Dave Chappelle. The comedian famously constructed a skit on the “Chappelle Show” featuring the racial draft. Bill Burr, RZA and GZA were also involved in the segment which saw Tiger Woods, Colin Powell and Wu-Tang Clan get drafted.
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“I think just off the top of my head, spitballing, we need to have a draft and it has to involve Dave Chappelle,” Rodgers said during his appearance on “The Pat McAfee Show.” “We should have a draft because there’s a couple people that we’re not sure which team they’d be on, so we need to have a draft.”
Darius Butler said the All-Black team would have to have Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Miami Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel on it.
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“That depends if you’re first pick or not. We’ll see,” he said. “As we saw in the racial draft with Chappelle, it just matters where you’re picking, not who you…