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Chiefs’ Butker: ‘I don’t regret sharing my beliefs’
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The Kansas City kicker says no regrets for expressing beliefs.

Kansas City Chiefs player Harrison Butker revealed he has no regrets about expressing his beliefs several days ago and added that he has received support as well as “a shocking level of hate” from people.

The kicker spoke at the end of the past week at Regina Caeli Academy’s Courage Under Fire gala in Nashville, Tennessee.

Butker spoke publicly for the 1st time since his speech at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, where he claimed most women graduating were probably more excited about being wives and having children, sharing that Catholic leaders were “pushing threatening gender ideologies onto the young people in the USA” and more.

Harrison, a 3-time Super Bowl winner, shared he understands being criticized for how he play but that his religion is more important than the game. The kicker added that it’s a choice that he consciously made and he doesn’t regret it at all.

National Football League announced that Harrison’s views are his personal and that they do not share them.