Warning: Video contains coarse language
Malcolm Jenkins is clearly upset with New Orleans Saints teammate Drew Brees after the quarterback said Tuesday that he'll "never agree with anybody disrespecting" the American flag by kneeling during the anthem.
In a since-deleted video directed at Brees, Jenkins said, "I considered you a friend. I looked up to you. You're someone I had a great deal of respect for. But sometimes you should shut the f--- up."
In the caption of another video, Jenkins clarified that Brees reached out to discuss his point of view after the Saints safety had already recorded his message.
Brees' stance has drawn stern criticism from players across the league.
The quarterback attempted to clarify his remarks, telling ESPN's Mike Triplett, "I love and respect my teammates, and I stand right there with them in regards to fighting for racial equality and justice. I also stand with my grandfathers who risked their lives for this country and countless other military men and women who do it on a daily basis."