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what a dumbass

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Bryant: Pre-draft criticism has "gone too far'

"I'm not the type of person that will try to confront somebody but now I feel like it's gone too far. It's gone too far," Bryant said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I ain't never got in trouble with nobody. I never said anything. I don't say anything wrong to nobody. I'm friendly. This here is too far.

"What do this got to do with me playing football? Even if I did forget my cleats, what do that have to do with me playing football? I don't think it has anything to do with me playing football

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/basketball/nba/2010-03-31-4221725841_x.htm

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:rofl:

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that sounds like something u would say in a movie slj....but with cussing involved.

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"I'm not the type of motherfuger that will try to confront somebody but now I feel like it's gone too far. It's gone too far," Jackson said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I ain't never got in trouble with no motherfugers. I never said a got damn thang. I don't say anything wrong to no motherfuger. I'm friendly. This here is too motherfuging far."

"What do this got to do with me playing fugin' football? Even if I did forget my got damn cleats, what do that have to do with me playing fugin' football? I don't think it has a motherfugin' thing to do with me playing football."

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after which you light up a cancer stick.........lmao

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A kid with his skills with a chip on his shoulder I would love to trade up and get

"Whoever passes up on me, it's over with. I feel like I'm going through the same situation Randy Moss did," he added. "That man had issues and teams were passing up on him, and when he got on that field, he killed them. He murdered them. Look at him today: One of the best players in the NFL."

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LMAO!

Randy Moss has him beat in size, speed, and hands...

As far as ego and character, he's probably pretty comparable...

Boohoo... You put yourself in the situation you are in... Suck it up and stop making yourself look worse...

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