Before most of us had even gotten back to our computers to transcribe and report what Antrel Rolle had said in the Giants' locker room today, he'd already conducted a TV interview in which he clarified his remarks. You can read those remarks here from the guy who did the interview with him.
To further stress the point, Rolle issued a statement through the Giants:
"I used a very poor, inappropriate example earlier today to demonstrate how seriously I take my job. Obviously there is no comparison between the men and women of our military putting their life on the line defending our country and what I do. They risk their lives and that gives me the opportunity to play a game for a living. After I made my earlier comments, somebody even said to me: How would your father, who is the chief of police in Homestead and puts himself at risk every day, feel about the comparison you made? Again, it was a very poor, very inappropriate choice of words."
So we can all stop booing Rolle for his unfortunate choice of words and go back to booing him for his play.