Cleveland Browns running back Isaiah Crowell is apologizing to police in a major way.
He’s agreed to donate this season’s first NFL game check to a Dallas police organization after facing backlash over an Instagram post illustration of a police officer having his throat slashed by a man in a mask.
Isaiah previously apologized, but Cleveland police said it wasn’t enough and threatened to stop working Browns home games this upcoming season.
Now, Crowell’s putting his money where his mouth is, vowing to donate an entire game check to the Dallas Fallen Officer Foundation, which supports families of officers killed in the line of duty.
FYI — Isaiah will reportedly make $600k this season, and a game check is typically 1/16th of a player’s salary … so the donation should be about $37,500.
Check out the video below.