Derrick Mason Disagrees with Ray Lewis on Crime Increase

Today, 27 Ravens gathered at Towson University to hold a players’ practice. Courtesy of the Baltimore Sun, comes a video from this morning of Ravens’ WR Derrick Mason addressing some comments that Ray Lewis (who was not present at Towson) made to ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio.

In case you’ve been living under a rock, Lewis predicted that crime will increase if there is no NFL football this fall.

Mason disagreed, calling that stance “pure arrogance.”

Here’s D-Mase:

The confusing part here is that Mason seems to be addressing what fans may potentially do, while I got the feeling that Ray’s comments were more directed to stadium workers who may depend…$()#()%FJKLDSTLKH

Ugh. I can’t.

I just can’t.

I cannot force myself to be interested in these things.

Consider this your daily reminder that the stupid G*D DAMN LOCKOUT IS STILL ON.

Please, football, come back.


2 Responses to “Derrick Mason Disagrees with Ray Lewis on Crime Increase”

  1. Matt Says:

    Ray Ray is right this is what life before Professional Football in America looked like.

    Also I was at the bar last night for Trivia Night and a 300 lbs Steelers fan came into a bar and requested to turn on Dancing with the Stars so he can watch Hines Ward dance. He proceeds to cheer his fucking head off after Hines dances like he just scored a touchdown. Also, the dude had the Steelers logo tattooed on the back of his gigantic fat calf. If all Steelers fans were rounded up and put in Death Camps and gassed I wouldn’t mind.*

    *I’m Jewish so I am allowed to make comments like that.

  2. Thomas Crowley Says:

    Whoa matt damn i just sttled forthem getting shot or blowned up

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