Jennings is not that rare among the black athletes who make quick prayer-like gestures after a good play.
The best offensive player I ever saw was a black man by the name of Barry Sanders. After each and every one of his 109 career touchdowns he calmy handed the ball to the nearest ref and hustled back to his own sideline.
You’re right.... I realize that. I was using Jennings as one example, but it appears most black athletes do the same thing. Empty, meaningless gestures as far as I am concerned. They seem to do it both before or after their gloating & prancing & chest butts & shucking & jiving in multiple variations of fist bumps or shoulder bumps. The media doesn’t have a problem with the black athletes who cavort & then drop to their knees....even the media knows it is a meaningless gesture, probably more intended to bring self-adulation to the athlete rather than praist to God.