Washington Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor said via Instagram that he was called the N-word by a Chiefs fan, prompting him to use obscenities as he exited the field through the tunnel after Monday night’s game in Kansas City.
The postgame exchange was caught on video and replayed on TMZ.com, though mostly what is heard is someone shouting f— you. Pryor returned the shouts using similar language and flipped his middle finger toward the fan.
He then started at the person, raising his helmet, only to be restrained by Redskins strength and conditioning coach Chad Englehart. Pryor then continued to the locker room.
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