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(Fox Sports)   Warren Sapp half apologizes to Jeremy Shockey for accusing him of being the Bountygate snitch: "I apologize for putting it on the street level and making it derogatory towards you." Adds that he stands by his source. Huh?   (msn.foxsports.com ) divider line
    More: Dumbass, Jeremy Shockey, Warren Sapp, Greg Jennings, Donald Driver, Jonathan Papelbon, Miami Hurricanes, standby  
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2012-06-24 12:44:28 PM  
Hasn't the world had enough of the overweight Has-Been? He is the WORST thing that ever happened to NFL Network and the Showtime NFL show.
He adds ZERO to both. Time for him to fade away into Tubby Gardens and STFU.
 
2012-06-24 04:22:12 PM  
I mean, come on, we're playing a kid's game (football), getting paid a king's ransom."

Funny, that's not the tune you were singing when you repeatedly described your job as "slavery."
 
2012-06-24 04:35:58 PM  
With that kind of brilliance at hand, expect the QBKILLA to add himself to the concussion lawsuit any day now.
 
2012-06-24 07:19:47 PM  
This entire article gives me a creepy aftertaste. Something just isn't right about a negative connotation being associated with bringing attention to a plot to injure people. Whoever informed the league about the bounty program isn't a "snitch," and shouldn't worry about being "outed," because he's a goddamn hero who ought to be proud of himself. If it was Shockey, I have never respected him more than to hear this about him. I would have figured him for one of the guys who would have been all about the dirty stuff. I hope I was wrong.
 
2012-06-24 07:33:49 PM  

dickfreckle: I mean, come on, we're playing a kid's game (football), getting paid a king's ransom."

Funny, that's not the tune you were singing when you repeatedly described your job as "slavery."


Now is a part of the "NFL media" and The Ginger demands respect and loyalty at all times from the "NFL media".
 
2012-06-24 07:52:44 PM  
Go be broke somewhere else Sapp.
 
2012-06-24 08:41:40 PM  
Meh, Sapp is a dick, always has been.
 
2012-06-24 10:11:25 PM  
Cane on Cane violence.
 
2012-06-24 10:13:05 PM  
Boxing should create a "broke joke" tournament and invite all these has beens to fight for some cash. Get Sapp, Curt Schilling, Canseco, etc. to join up.
 
2012-06-24 10:18:09 PM  
A dickhead (Sapp) calls a douchbag piece of shiat (Shockey) a snitch? And half-apoligizes for it?

Meh, Sapp knows the Miami culture. They're a bunch of sellout posers who pretend to be hard but are as soft as a marshmallow, and he knows Shockey would turn tail.
 
2012-06-24 10:36:50 PM  
Sounds about right for Shockey though. Lots of snitches in sports when they leave a team. Mangini and Pats video scandal being another example.
 
2012-06-25 12:38:42 AM  
Do the Saints even count anymore?
 
2012-06-25 12:43:17 AM  

Tommy Moo: This entire article gives me a creepy aftertaste. Something just isn't right about a negative connotation being associated with bringing attention to a plot to injure people. Whoever informed the league about the bounty program isn't a "snitch," and shouldn't worry about being "outed," because he's a goddamn hero who ought to be proud of himself. If it was Shockey, I have never respected him more than to hear this about him. I would have figured him for one of the guys who would have been all about the dirty stuff. I hope I was wrong.


Yeah, one person's "snitch" is another person's "whistleblower", and I'm very much in the camp that it's the latter.
 
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2012-06-25 02:10:32 AM  

pc_gator: Cane on Cane violence.


this.
 
2012-06-25 06:12:52 AM  
canes barely claim warren sapp now, clinton portis wearing thunder gear at a finals game raised some eye brows as well.
 
2012-06-25 08:24:09 AM  

coolio mack: Boxing should create a "broke joke" tournament and invite all these has beens to fight for some cash. Get Sapp, Curt Schilling, Canseco, etc. to join up.


I want to see Chad Clifton vs Warren Sapp in a boxing match. Clifton isn't a has-been but it'd be great to see.
 
2012-06-25 09:09:55 AM  
You forgot and then threatens to beat Shockey up if he doesn't like Sapps' "apology".
 
2012-06-25 10:05:00 AM  
Sapp is a member of the broadcast media, as regrettable a situation as that is. Anyone in the media who refers to a source as a 'snitch' should be hit in the face with a brick.
 
2012-06-25 10:10:24 AM  
 
2012-06-25 08:33:52 PM  
If I were an offensive player and got wind of this scheme, I would tell the NFL, too. You're not always going to be a Saint.
 
2012-06-25 08:46:29 PM  


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2012-06-25 12:43:17 AM

Tommy Moo: This entire article gives me a creepy aftertaste. Something just isn't right about a negative connotation being associated with bringing attention to a plot to injure people. Whoever informed the league about the bounty program isn't a "snitch," and shouldn't worry about being "outed," because he's a goddamn hero who ought to be proud of himself. If it was Shockey, I have never respected him more than to hear this about him. I would have figured him for one of the guys who would have been all about the dirty stuff. I hope I was wrong.

Yeah, one person's "snitch" is another person's "whistleblower", and I'm very much in the camp that it's the latter.



This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.
 
2012-06-25 11:24:24 PM  

doubled99: This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.


This is overblown rhetoric, and anyone with sense knows it. The culture will change, and the sport will continue to exist.
 
2012-06-26 12:43:14 AM  

doubled99: This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.


It's pretty funny how on KSK they went with an old Peter King column from 2002 - a player was talking about how there's always bounties on knocking a QB out of a game (and saying he didn't "come out" while he was in the league because he felt there would be a bounty on him).

But no, it's a huge scandal and no one does that.
 
2012-06-26 08:17:55 AM  

UNC_Samurai: doubled99: This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.

This is overblown rhetoric, and anyone with sense knows it. The culture will change, and the sport will continue to exist.


It'll exist, but it'll suck. I already find it much less interesting than a 5-7 seasons ago. Even less hitting won't exactly cure the situation.
 
2012-06-26 12:29:26 PM  
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2012-06-25 11:24:24 PM


doubled99: This is the culture of the game. Always has been, even before everyone was getting huge money. This whole "scandal" is the beginning of the end of pro football as we know it.


This is overblown rhetoric, and anyone with sense knows it. The culture will change, and the sport will continue to exist.


Yes, it will continue to exist. A shiatty, watered down version of the game we've watched all our lives.
 
2012-06-27 02:12:54 PM  

doubled99: Yes, it will continue to exist. A shiatty, watered down version of the game we've watched all our lives.



bleh. there was a point in time when football purists said the forward pass would ruin football.
 
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