Found December 06, 2011 on The Wayne Fontes Experience:
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Brandon Pettigew is quite remorseful for his shoving a referee during the Saints loss, helping to cement the Lions' reputation as undisciplined loose cannon penalty magnets who lose composure when an opponent looks at them cross-eyed. All taking place in front of a national TV audience and an appalled NBC broadcasting team. In face, Pettigrew is so remorseful, he felt the need to issue an apology to pretty much everyone. What in the Hell was Pettigrew thinking...if he was thinking at all? Via DetroitLions.com: “I want to sincerely apologize to my teammates, my coaches, the Lions organization, fans and the NFL for my actions during the game on Sunday,” Pettigrew said Tuesday. “In the heat of competition, I allowed my emotions to get the best me. I know better and my unintentional mistake cost my team.” Apology accepted.  Please don't do it again, as the Lions' fan base won't be near as willing to forgive if these silly personal foul antics continue. A...
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