ESPN's Jones wears Indians-inspired 'Caucasians' shirt

ESPN personality Bomani Jones made a bit of a statement when he appeared on the "Mike & Mike" show on Thursday wearing a "Caucasians" shirt.

Jones jokingly said he wore the shirt - which makes a mockery of the Chief Wahoo logo used by the Cleveland Indians - because it was clean, but later revealed he wanted to make a statement about the club recently deciding to drop the design as their primary logo.

This isn't the first time the outspoken Jones has touched on a controversial subject, as he was very loud with his opinions about former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice punching his fiance, as well as the racist remarks made by former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.

ESPN's Jones wears Indians-inspired 'Caucasians' shirt
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