BY LUKE JOHNSON | Staff writer
Emmanuel Sanders was in a car headed to an 8 a.m. workout when he first saw the video of George Floyd dying at the hands of Minneapolis police officers.
The New Orleans Saints receiver was overwhelmed by emotion. He was angry. He was so angry that he cried. He turned on spiritual music to calm himself down, to recover from what he’d seen.
“Seeing that video, what upset me was obviously that he was African-American, but I know that could have easily been me,” Sanders said in an interview with the NFL Network. “That’s one of my biggest fears; literally being...