As part of its celebration of Father's Day, ESPN's NFL Twitter account sent out this seemingly harmless tweet:

The tweet looks innocuous at first glance, but a closer inspection reveals another picture. In a league in which roughly two-thirds of the players are African-American, only one of the eight men featured in the photo is black. That would be Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins, himself a father, noticed this and called out ESPN:

ESPN did have diverse programing on Father's Day, and this tweet wasn't meant to represent the NFL's racial breakdown, but it might have been prudent to include more African-American players.

Hawkins' son, Austin, has become a viral sensation over the past year thanks to a couple of cute videos.

Hawkins himself is coming off a strong year for the Browns, as he posted career highs in receptions (63) and receiving yards (824).

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