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Houston Texans chairman Cal McNair apologized Tuesday for insensitive remarks he made while at a charity golf event earlier this year.
McNair was addressing a crowd at the Houston Texans Foundation Charity Golf Classic at River Oaks Country Club in Houston when witnesses said he used the phrase “China virus” when describing the coronavirus, Bally Sports reported Tuesday.
Cal McNair, an executive with the NFL’s Houston Texans, is seen on the field before his team’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field on Oct. 21, 2018, in Jacksonville, Florida.
Houston Texans CEO and Chairman D. Cal McNair applauds his team after a game at Wembley Stadium, London.
McNair this week called his May remarks “inappropriate” and apologized in a statement to Bally Sports.
“My comments at the event last May included an inappropriate choice of words. I immediately apologized to people who approached me then and I apologize again now. I know how important it is to choose my words carefully. I would never want to offend anyone,” McNair said.
Owner Cal McNair of the Houston Texans watches his team warm up before a game against the Carolina Panthers at NRG Stadium on Sept. 29, 2019 in Houston.
The verbiage of what to call coronavirus or COVID-19 at the onset of the pandemic last year was a hot topic. A 2021 study in the American Journal of Public Health surveyed Twitter and found that 50% of the tweets using “#ChinaVirus” contained some kind of anti-Asian sentiment.
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