This Is Not An Apology
June 22, 2012 at 10:39pm by Scott • 6 Comments »
Warren Sapp said on the Toucher & Rich show the other day that he apologized to Jeremy Shockey about the whole outing him as the source of the initial Saints bounty investigation information. So read what he said and tell me if it sounds like an apology. Or what he’s saying at all because I have no fucking idea.
“I saw Jeremy about a week after it all went down at a Heat game … and I told him, I said, ‘I apologize for putting it on the street level and making it derogatory towards you.’ The information that was passed to me, I stand by my source, but I hate that I put it on a level, that wasn’t the way it should be. … That’s what I apologized for, because I put it on a way lower level than it should’ve been. It was something serious that never shoulda went on and stuff like that. So that’s the problem I have with myself and what I said to him.”
For the record, that’s not an apology. That’s like saying “I’m sorry you feel that way.” You’re just inserting “sorry” in a sentence. It reminds me of this:
But at least Mel strung words together that make sense as a whole. What the hell does it mean to not intend to put something at street level? Is the NFL Network considered street level now? I think I might need to smoke about a pound of weed in order to understand what he said and I’ve been out ever since Sam Hurd got busted.
On a side note, I’ve been waiting six years to be able to put Fred Toucher in a blog entry. He’s one of the top radio personalities in the country and conducts some of the best interviews you’ll hear. Atlanta misses you, Freddy T.