Jake Fromm's apology bills do little to help the rookies overcome the remarks of 'elite white people'

Jake Fromm’s apology does little to help Bills rookie

Jake Fromm has not participated in a live practice as a Bills 2020 fifth round draft pick, but his hopes of making the team have already taken a hit. The former Georgia quarterback did himself no favors when he made it hard for his new teammates to give him instant love.

Fromm has already made his worst bullying mistake – which he did in the year before he was selected by the buffalo. He apologized on Thursday for using the phrase “elite white people” during a leaked text message conversation in 2019.

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“There is no excuse for the choice and sentimentality of that word,” read part of Fromm’s statement on Twitter. “I promise that I commit myself to being part of the solution in this country. … Again I am truly sorry for my words and actions and humbly apologize.”

Fromm was a successful three-year starter at his home-state school in Georgia, going 35-7 while pro makeup showing that he received the draft on Day 3 despite having limited arm strength and affirmations. Bill picked up a developmental talent behind third-year franchise QB Josh Allen to compete with Matt Barclay for No. 2 duty.