Jonathan Sutherland Bio – Jonathan Sutherland Wiki
Jonathan Sutherland full name Jonathan Anthony Sutherland, is a safety for Penn State University. He attended Episcopal High School in Virginia. He is majoring in labor and employment relations at Penn State University.
Jonathan Sutherland Age
He was born on August 9, 1998 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
Jonathan Sutherland Family
He is the son of Sylvie and Everton Sutherland. He has one brother, Liam.
Jonathan Sutherland Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 11 inches.
Jonathan Sutherland Letter
Sutherland’s teammate, Antonio Shelton, shared a photo of the letter on Twitter and wrote, “One of my teammates got this. Explain to me how this isn’t racist.”
One of my teammates got this. Explain to me how this isn’t racist. pic.twitter.com/Qms1F6DEEP
— Antonio Shelton (@_groovy55) October 7, 2019
Another Penn State football player, CJ Holmes, also posted the letter on Twitter and added, “my teammate got this in the mail today, and tbh Im at a lost for words.. I also have locs, Tats, and NFL dreams too, these messages can not be tolerated, this was extremely inappropriate, racially biased, and selfish to feel like you even have a right to send this message #WeAre.”
my teammate got this in the mail today, and tbh Im at a lost for words.. I also have locs, Tats, and NFL dreams too, these messages can not be tolerated, this was extremely inappropriate, racially biased, and selfish to feel like you even have a right to send this message #WeAre pic.twitter.com/DPTp9Km9yt
— ㅤ (@CjHo1mes) October 7, 2019
Petersen wrote, “Dear Jonathan. My wife and I are proud “older” graduates of Penn State.
“Though the athletes of today are certainly superior to those in my days; we miss the clean cut young men and women from thsoe days. Watching the Idaho game on TV we couldn’t help but notice your — well – awful hair. Surely there must be mirrors in the locker room! Don’t you have parents or girlfriend who’ve told you those shoulder length dreadlocks look disgusting and are certainly not attractive,” the letter says.
“We congratulate you on your game against Pitt but you need to remember you represent all Penn Staters both current and those alumni from years past. We would welcome the reappearance of dress codes for athletes.
“You will certainly be playing ‘on Sunday’ in the future but we have stopped watching the NFL due to the disgusting, tattoos, awful hair and immature antics in the end zone. Players should act as though they’ve ‘been there before’.”
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