WATCH: Riley Cooper’s Public Apology for Racial Slurs & Marcus Vick’s $1K Bounty

Published:12:21 pm EDT, August 1, 2013| Updated:1:12 pm EDT, August 1, 2013|
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Riley Cooper recently called for a press conference to publicly apologize for racist comments he made during a Kenny Chesney concert, according to Csnphilly.

Check out Cooper's apology below from CSN Philly!

During the press conference he said:

I said something that was absolutely disgusting and terrible and I should not have handled it the way I handled it.

To bring you up to speed, during a Kenny Chesney concert in June, NFL star Riley Cooper made a racial slur to one of the security guards standing nearby. However, while some Americans are letting the drunken comment slide — recent reports claim Marcus Vick, Michael Vick's brother, has much more to say about it.

After much complaint and even offering $1,000 for someone to put the NFL player on blast, he took to Twitter, saying:

Just yesterday Riley apologized to his coach and to his teammates for his awful behavior on Twitter, saying:

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Watch this footage of his racist slur at the Kenny Chesney concert:

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However, it is uncertain how his apology is being taken by the NFL, his fans, and finally his teammates — many of whom are black.

Good luck, Riley ...

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