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More Cam talk on NFL Network

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Okay, so they have Torrey Smith and Navarro Bowman on set talking about Kaepernick's Dolphins hat and Navarro who is his teammate, said that people needs to understand it's more of fashion thing than anything, and Smith agreed but, said he should stick to MLB and NBA hats. 

 

Okay, now Warren Sapp's fat, bankrupt, yellow stained teeth, big mouth goes onto say did you see what Cam SAID?!!? He said he was a fan of the Falcons except the two games he plays them! 

 

Bowman says there is absolutely no excuse for that. 

 

 

Torrey Smith tries to come to Cam's defense and said of course there's still going to be some hometown pride of his childhood team. 

 

Warren Sapp interrupts him and says "But, he said he was a fan!"

 

Then Smith says he doesn't understand how he could be a "fan" because the less games they win, the greater chance we make the playoffs so he'd root against them every week. 

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/facepalm

Bowman defends Kaep (for a fashion statement) but pours it on Cam?

Seems legit.

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NFL network has become just as awful as ESPN. I don't watch either anymore.

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I honestly don't get what people have against Cam. He is a great kid with a very nice and friendly personality. He stays out of trouble. It's just ridiculous. Get bringing him up when there is no need to. I can't wait for Cam to just completely go off and make all these nobodies shut their fuging mouths.

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Good to know what those three meatheads think...

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What the fug. This poo is the dumbest thing in the history of things.

How can this still be in the news cycle for two days.

Geebus.

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Yeah....

 

I don't care anymore, it's all done for ratings anyway. These networks know exactly what they are doing, the more you feed the fire the worse it's going to get.

 

At this point he could say he is the anti-christ and I wouldn't care as long as we win.

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