Eugene Chung, a former NFL offensive lineman and assistant coaching coach, called the NFL's review of his claims during a job interview that he "wasn’t the right minority" "a little misleading."Chung, a Chinese American, stated that he had only one brief, "almost superficial" conversation with the NFL in May. He also claimed that "every single coach and personnel executive" he reached out to about this matter have said they weren't contacted by the NFL during the review process. Chung requested that Roger Goodell, the NFL commissioner, meet with him."I have only had one conversation with them. Chung stated that while I would love to work hand-in-hand with them, the fact that it is being written that they will be working with me, and that we only had one conversation, I believe that that's misleading.In July, the NFL issued a statement saying that it could not confirm which statement was made, by whom and under what circumstances."Nevertheless, we will use this opportunity to strengthen the commitment of each NFL club and the NFL to ensure proper interview processes and to develop diverse, inclusive and respectful workforces both on and off the field. We are grateful to Mr. Chung for his assistance and would love to have a conversation with him about ways we can improve employment opportunities through the League.Chung has not yet identified the coach or organization that interviewed him for those comments. "I don't want to out anyone. Chung stated that he thinks this is insignificant and irrelevant to the current situation. He stated that he is focused upon fixing the issue so other minorities don’t have similar biases, and that a conversation can help him do that.Chung, who was previously an assistant coach of the offensive line for the Philadelphia Eagles as well as the Kansas City Chiefs is currently not employed by any NFL team.