The NFL refused to give Marquette King a fair opportunity

Former All-Pro punter Marquette King gave a progression of tweets in which he guaranteed that segregation contributed to his absence from the NFL.

In spite of the fact that he didn't venture to declare his authority retirement, the 33-year-old said that he is "done battling" 

And has been "settling with the reality" that he hasn't "had the option to get one more fair an open door" in the NFL since last playing with the Broncos in 2018.

"I haven't officially resigned, I just am not fighting to get into an organization that disregards the resume I have built, which is better than most punters in the league," King wrote on Twitter Wednesday.

The Ruler kept, claiming that Black punters and kickers in the game do not have equivalent open doors.

"I attempted however it's a great deal of siblings still not getting fair an open door too in the League as punters n kickers. 

A portion of the ones that had a chance I'n preseason could hit me yet me however what might I at any point say? I was cut with a fruitful resume," King composed.

The undrafted punter from Fort Valley State, who began his career as an undrafted free agent in 2012, established himself as one of the best punters in the 2010s.