NFL Hall Of Famer Tony Dungy Criticizes Don Lemon For Stating Jesus 'Was Not Perfect'
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NFL Hall Of Famer Tony Dungy Criticizes Don Lemon For Stating Jesus ‘Was Not Perfect’

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After CNN’s Don Lemon stated, on air, that “Jesus Christ admittedly was not perfect when he was here on this earth,” NFL Hall of Fame player and coach Tony Dungy took to his Twitter account to criticize Lemon last week, according to The Blaze.

Dungy was clearly not happy with what Lemon said as indicatedd in this Twitter post.


A Twitter user responded to Dungy by stating that “you gotta be real that a lot of stuff didn’t make it into the Bible due to human interference.”

To which Dungy responded:

Dungy then continued with a bible passage.

Dungy, who was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Feb. 6, 2016, was the first NFL head coach to defeat all 32 NFL teams and was also the youngest assistant coach at age 25 and the youngest coordinator at age 28 in NFL history. Dungy was also the first Black head coach to win the Super Bowl as coach of the Indianapolis Colts when they defeated the Chicago Bears in 2007.


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