Miami Dolphins defensive finish Emmanuel Ogbah obtained a racist message on Instagram following his staff’s loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday (October 17) in London.

Ogbah mentioned he sometimes ignores the abusive and detrimental feedback and messages he receives, nevertheless one Instagram consumer referred to him by the N-word.

In accordance with Knewz, a person named Nick Mongeau used the racial slur towards Ogbah, who reposted it in a tweet that has since been deleted. Following the message being made public by the NFL star, Mongeau’s employer, the College of Rhode Island, released a statement condemning the horrible act of racism.

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“The College discovered right now of an offensive, unacceptable and racist remark posted to social media earlier right now, allegedly by one among our college students. This language is abhorrent and has no place in a group that’s deeply dedicated to anti-racism,” the college mentioned in its assertion.

The added: “Given the importance of this problem, the College has taken rapid motion and referred the matter to the College scholar conduct course of for assessment.”

Whereas Mongeau’s identification was not revealed by URI, the Web reportedly tracked him down and he subsequently deleted his IG account.

Ogbah completed with three tackles, a sack and a move breakup within the 20-23 loss to the Jaguars. The 27-year-old is in his second season with the Dolphins.