That's probably true, but in Whitlock's defense, he actually writes things down. Badly, but he writes them down which takes some level of effort. I assume Bayless spends 2 hours yelling at whatever they put across from him (Journalist, athlete, pineapple, box turtle, etc) and then goes home to scrawl on his walls with feces and make love to his mother's corpse. Just a guess, that statement is not backed up with any factual evidence . . . yet.
Hey... keep that on the DL. I'm his agent, I get 10% of this. In all seriousness I have seen Bayless in an office setting, his statements are scripted, that doesn't mean they are thought out though. It's like saying someone is smart because they know a bunch of languages... all it really means is you can be an idiot and more people can understand you. I also think Bayless is well aware of the persona he puts on and it's mostly an act because he knows he can make money doing it. You can occasionally see hints of this on first take.
Back to the topic at hand, what exactly does Vilma hope to gain from this lawsuit anyway? I doubt a court can lift his suspension, and even if they did everyone in the NFL still knows he's a scumbag. Money? Who cares, wouldn't effect either Goodell or Vilma, both have plenty of it. Like I stated in another thread about this, there's no way Goodell gets his position taken away from him, and if it is, he'd probably be reinstated in the next vote between owners and the NFLPA. A public statement from Goodell saying "Oh, so Vilma didn't post 10k to take Brett Favre out of a game, but he's still a dirtbag who participated and stood pat while an illegal career threatening bounty system took place and is equally at fault as Joe Vitt, Loomis, and Payton. So yeah... sorry I lied."?