'It's time for change:' Packers deliver message, donating $250K to social justice groups

GREEN BAY -- The Green Bay Packers on Thursday morning, June 4 delivered a message on social injustice in the wake of protests over the death of George Floyd.

The video includes statements from Aaron Rodgers,  Davante Adams, Billy Turner,  Adrian Amos, Kevin King,  David Bakhtiari,  Corey Linsley,  Kenny Clark, Marcedes Lewis, Preston Smith,  Mason Crosby and coach Matt LaFleur.

“Come up with real solutions to make significant change. The right actions speak a lot louder than the right words,” LaFleur said.

Later Thursday, Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy released a statement which read, in part: "The Packers community has been horrified at the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahamud Arbery and so many others."

Murphy also announced that the Packers will be working with players to make a $250,000 donation to Wisconsin causes that support social justice and racial equality. Murphy hand his wife will also be donating $250,000 to Wisconsin social justice groups, according to a tweet.