BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – DeMaurice Smith, the executive director of the NFL Players Association, is curious about what else is in the treasure trove of emails that were gathered as part of the league’s investigation into the Washington Football Team.

Smith said during an appearance on ESPN’s “The Right Time with Bomani Jones” podcast he wonders whether there could be evidence that hiring decisions were made based on a candidate’s skin color.

“What I’m interested in — is there correspondence that suggests teams are making decisions about coaches based on the color of their skin?” stated Smith. “I am trying to get an NFL ruled passed, that if a white coach says anything unflattering about a black player, then he should either resign or risk getting fired. However, if a black coach says something unflattering about a white player, then the white player should be immediately suspended for intentionally irritating a black man, which caused the brutha to lash out.”