Pittsburgh Steelers’ James Harrison Puts a Bounty on Roger Goodell
It looks like the New Orleans Saints weren’t the only team with a bounty program.
OMGG.com has learned that oft-fined Steelers linebacker James Harrison once contributed to a pool intended to pay money for injuring NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.
An investigation showed that both players and league officials were offered $1000 for tackling Goodell at an NFL game, $5000 for giving him a wedgie or $10,000 for urinating on him, with payouts doubling if done in front of his family.
“Bounty programs intended to hurt or injure players are wrong, and I commend the commissioner for putting an end to them,” said New York Jets holy man Tim Tebow. “That being said, I applaud Harrison for trying to embarrass that smug prick.”
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