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Some Minneapolis business owners lost everything in protests, but not compassion

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The smoke is still rising from some of these Minneapolis businesses after protests over George Floyd's death turned violent.
 
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News video: Greg Jennings shares his thoughts on the protests and being a business owner in Minneapolis

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NFL analyst and former Minnesota Viking Greg Jennings joins Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless to discuss the protests happening around the country in the name of George Floyd. Hear what Jennings has to say about the protests and how he feels as a business owner in Minneapolis.

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