Originally posted by hartOV8
your bro sentiments are going to turn alot of people off to right off the bat OP
i have mixed feelings about the replies ive seen. he is a cruel person for subjecting those dogs to that, but i feel his personal life and professional life should be kept seperate. he paid his due for what he was convicted of, and now is back to doing what he should have focused on all along, playing great football.
the thing is, a lot of people think it's screwed up to see someone act so egotistical as to fight dogs that way and it would be "bad for the team"..whichever team he would be on and that is bad for the game in general. it is bad for business. the thing is, someone took a stand and said no. fighting dogs is not in the spirit of good sportsmanship and that is how people are meant to feel about sports and it shouldn't get thrown into that pot... and if he were on a team, he would be representing that team and he will never again be a good advocate of good sportsmanship.