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Not sure how we can preface this so we’ll just come right out with it.Jabari Greer wrote a poem about Bountygate for the The Times Picayune.  We don’t know if it’s good or bad, all we know is Jabari Greer wrote a poem about Bountygate for the The Times Picayune.But before we turn let Greer turn this post into Def Poetry Jam, we are obligated to give you Greer’s disclaimer about his poem:Although some of the allegations brought before us are true. We are men of integrity that play the game the way it’s meant to played … with undeniable passion. We are all professionals, with families and a future.  We play a violent game, but we NEVER intend to hurt anyone.As for some of the media’s representation of our men, The Times Picayune  are the good guy’s (wink).Excellent.Please bear with me …As a child my heart longed for the lights of the stage,And to all my dreams, life deemed them true.But while young, I suppose, that the path that I chose,Was a rockier road than I knew.My Father explain...

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