Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott has recently addressed a controversial motivational speech where he referenced the 9/11 attacks. According to Tyler Dunne of GoLongTD.com, McDermott used the terrorists from 9/11 as a model for his players to emphasize the importance of communication and coming together as a team. McDermott expressed regret and apologized for making the comments, acknowledging the sensitivity of the 9/11 tragedy. He also plans to apologize to his current roster for the comments. The Bills are currently 6-6 this season and are looking for a win over the Chiefs to keep their playoff hopes high.

Summery :

– Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott apologized for using the 9/11 attacks in a motivational speech to his players
– He referenced the 9/11 attacks during the 2021 training camp to emphasize the importance of communication and coming together
– McDermott acknowledged his regret for bringing up 9/11 and immediately apologized to the team
– He mentioned that 9/11 was a horrific event in the country’s history and that he had lost a good family friend on that day
– McDermott plans to apologize to his current roster over the comments later on
– The Bills are currently 6-6 and need a win over the Chiefs to keep their playoff hopes high

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