Racially insensitive Josh Allen tweets surface hours before National Football League draft

Posted April 27, 2018

Kevin Kleps, assistant editor and sports business reporter at Crain's Cleveland Business, joined Rick Jackson to discuss both the x's and o's - and the implications of a Cleveland-Canton NFL draft.

The Browns drafted defensive end Myles Garrett first in 2017, then added safety Jabrill Peppers and tight end David Njoku later in the first round.

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Former Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen has apologized for a series of offensive tweets he sent while in high school.

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As Young pointed out, Allen's tweets cited in his story still hadn't been deleted as of Wednesday night, so anyone could have found them.

"If I could go back in time, I would never have done this in a heartbeat", Allen told ESPN on Thursday.

The story of the tweets even elicited a rash of conspiracy theories, with some speculating that Yahoo's story was planted by an National Football League team in order to cause Allen's draft stock to fall, so that he might slip to the team in the first round. "My family is hurting".

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This will be the first-ever franchise pick by John Dorsey, the Browns new general manager. The Browns are widely expected to use their first pick on a quarterback, with Baker Mayfield reportedly the team's top option entering draft day.

Allen's case echoes the social media controversy surrounding Laremy Tunsil in 2016.

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