Found March 21, 2012 on
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According to former NFL player and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp, the whistle-blower in the bounty-gate scandal is former New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey.
This would not surprise me at all. To me, Shockey seems like the type of guy that would snitch. When he was released by the Saints last season offseason, he clearly wasn’t happy and likely spoke up about the bounty programs out of anger and frustration.
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Reacting to Warren Sapp's accusation that he was the snitch behind Bountygate, Jeremy Shockey responded by taking a few shots at the NFL analyst's perceived personal shortcomings.
Warren Sapp made some strong accusations against fellow Miami alum Jeremy Shockey, claiming he was the one who brought the Saints' bounty program into the public eye.
BC operatives chatted with Jeremy Shockey this morning, less than 24-hours after the Snitch Saga, and of course we wanted to know about the photo of a young lass on a 1969 Charger that was uploaded very early this morning. Yes, the car is his. Shockey tells us the photo was taken yesterday. Her name: Brittany Mennes-Cazoneri. She’s a runway model who’s in Miami for the fashion...
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Jeremy Shockey uploaded an image documenting a text message exchange between the tight end and Saints coach Sean Payton where Shockey's role as a possible snitch is addressed.
Feel free to slowly remove the pin out of your Jeremy Shockey voodoo dolls, Saints fans. Our former tight end turned frenemy not only says he’s not the one that snitched on the team in the bounty scandal but he tweeted proof! Former Bucs player and current NFL analyst/generally obnoxious human being Warren Sapp outed Shockey the day the punishments came out. Shockey immediately...
As the NFL league office drops the hammer on the New Orleans Saints organization this afternoon, the question swirling under the surface is, how did this story find it’s way to the NFL league office. Apparently, one former player and current NFL Network analyst, thinks he knows who spilled the beans at the goings on behind the scenes in New Orleans. Warren Sapp.
With news that New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton would be suspended for a year for his team’s bounty program announced today, social media star and NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp took to Twitter to reveal some info he had heard about the situation. “Just Heard Who The Snitch Was,” Sapp tweeted on Thursday...Read the Rest...
Over the last few days, we have seen the NFL come down hard on the New Orleans Saints franchise in response to the “bounty-gate” scandal. Head Coach Sean Payton has been suspended for the entire 2012 season, the team has been fined $500K and two second round draft picks, and General Manager Mickey Loomis has been suspended for the first 8 games of 2012, assistant coach Joe Vitt...
The always classy NFL Network employee (and studio analyst for Inside the NFL on Showtime) Warren Sapp tweeted: Just Heard Who The Snitch Was followed by BINGO! RT @elnicastro: Shockey..? RT QBKILLA:...
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Jeremy Shockey fired back at NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp for calling the tight end the "snitch" who led the NFL to the bounty investigation by the league. It resulted in embarrassment and severe penalties to his former team— the New Orleans Saints
Saints head coach Sean was suspended by the league for a full season and the team lost two second-round draft picks...
After word surfaced that Sean Payton had been suspended for a full year as part of the punishment for the Saints bounty program, Warren Sapp accused Jeremy Shockey of being the “snitch.” Sapp sent out a tweet despite the fact that he had absolutely no evidence for what he was saying, and Shockey was understandably furious over it. Jeremy blasted Warren for the tweet and we told...
The NFL Network has warned Warren Sapp not to overstep his role as
analyst after the former defensive tackle claimed Jeremy Shockey
was the "snitch" behind the league's probe into the Saints' illegal