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Panthers’ Tre Boston urges people to ‘just wear the damn mask’

Tre Boston, Panthers

Carolina Panthers defensive back Tre Boston has a simple message for those who want to remain safe and healthy: “Just wear a damn mask.”

While responding to a tweet from North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper, Tre Boston pointed out that many of the responses to such a message were opposing the notion of wearing a mask in order to avoid spreading the “coronavirus.”

Although the federal government has yet to file a mandate that would require everyone to wear a mask in public, Tre Boston might know that many scientists and medical experts continue to urge United States citizens to do so to prevent coming into contact with “coronavirus” germs.

It is also worth noting that Tre Boston is not the only player that has been attempting to keep players and others safe while openly being concerned with the ongoing pandemic. Most recently, New England Patriots defensive back Devin McCourty publicly questioned whether or not it is safe to begin this year’s installment of NFL training camp in the next few weeks as the league’s protocols remain a bit iffy with many questions still unanswered.

On the field, Tre Boston and the Panthers will be playing in arguably the toughest division in all of football in 2020-21 as the New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons all made major upgrades at key positions this offseason.

Tre Boston and company will surely have their work cut out for them on defense as well as quarterback Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Tom Brady remain primed for huge seasons.

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