"We don't claim(or aim) to represent the views, values and opinions of all "native" Black Americans any more than we could claim/aim to represent the views, values and opinions of all Irishmen...or bald-headed Black Bulgarian bubble-blowers. But..."
The question is... do Warren Sapp and Channing Crowder miss the point and real issue? Do a lot of young Black Americans miss the point? In response to Crowder's "individual drawing of the line"--some might suggest that the good brother consider that some lines need be drawn BY EACH AND ALL, FOR ALL. And concerning Mr. Sapp's chuckling about Incognito's race-baiting tactic during a game---for many, there's no connection between "endearment" and a White American callin' a Black American a nigger. (what WAS funny was how incredulous the talk show host was... huh?).
An old school negro might be heard to say that "with all them grown-ass men colored folks runnin' around out there on the football field and up in the locker room, it's a damn shame they ain't got sense 'nough to work together to get their situation right--especially for the young ones comin' in". (and shaking his head; as many old brothers do when confounded)..."umm mm mm, my people, my people... any more of 'em in the bad news column today?"