This morning, it was reported that that Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills was charged with a felony, along with 87 other people, for protesting outside the home of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron in connection with the Breonna Taylor case.
According to Louisville Courier-Journal, Kenny Stills was among 87 people arrested from protest outside of Kentucky Attorney General's home while demanding action against police who killed Breonna Taylor: https://t.co/NZfS0vj3PE— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) July 15, 2020
That’s the end of the story for now. The Texans are still in the middle of gathering information, and no official comment has been released by the team yet.
Texans on Kenny Stills being arrested in Kentucky at Breonna Taylor protest: 'We are aware of the situation and gathering more information.'— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) July 15, 2020
That being said, Stills’ teammates have already taken to the internet to stand up for Stills. Players like Tytus Howard and Lonnie Johnson Jr. publicly announced their support of him.