Found March 05, 2012 on Busted Coverage:
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The Buffalo Bills might not go to the NFL playoffs for 5 years or so but at least they’ll have Stevie Johnson around to keep things interesting. The Bills today signed their star wide receiver to a 5-year contract, but not before Stevie made one last contract demand to quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The two traded texts Friday morning and eventually Fitzpatrick had this on the side of his head.

Of course we have the texts that led to this disaster, via Buffalo Rising. Green is Johnson. Would Tom Brady ever do this for Welker? Of course not, but this is Buffalo where horrible mullet’s and bad sideboard lettering prove these guys are at least interesting.

 


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