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NFL, ESPN Cut Short God and Jesus

'Some of us square Christians watch the NFL, but we can do without it... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The NFL and ESPN have censored the words of the young son of a player, who said he loves God and Jesus.

Aaiden Diggs, son of Trevon Diggs of the Dallas Cowboys, made the statement in a brief interview with his dad.

“Every time I’m with my dad I love it because he gets me picks and it makes me happy,” he said. “I love the whole world, I love God and Jesus, and I love my family.”

Both the NFL and ESPN tweeted out the young man’s comments, excluding his comments on his faith.

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“It does not get any cuter than Aaiden Diggs,” the NFL tweeted. “‘I love the whole world.'”

“‘I love the whole world,'” ESPN tweeted. “Aaiden Diggs is the gift that keeps on giving.”

The Dallas Cowboys did tweet out Digg’s entire message.

Many social media users commented, fixing the quote and slamming the organizations for cutting it short.

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