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Channing Crowder on Why LeBron Won’t Go to Cleveland

Former Dolphin linebacker, Channing Crowder, made some pretty harsh comments regarding City of Cleveland on a Miami Radio Show. He supports why LeBron won’t go back to Cleveland. “Don’t badmouth Miami but sell Cleveland. You can sell some towns. Don’t sell nasty, dirty, ugly, little Cleveland.” Crowder goes on to target the women in the city […]
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May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Channing Crowder Says He Peed in His Pants During ‘Every Game’ While He Was in NFL (Video)

There’s an acronym we like to use on the Internet: TMI. Too Much Information. Former NFL linebacker Channing Crowder recently sat down for an interview with NFL Films where the producer asked him for an obscure fact about himself. That’s when Crowder revealed something quite unexpected. “I would pee down my leg in any game, I never went to the bathroom in the toilet,” Crowder...
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November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: Channing Crowder enjoyed peeing on himself during games

In a recent interview with NFL Films, former linebacker Channing Crowder said that he peed on himself during every game.
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November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Former NFLer Channing Crowder admits that he urinated on himself before every game for six years (VIDEO)

Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder has revealed in an interview that he used to urinate on himself during every game of his six-year career in the NFL.The 29-year-old Crowder — the son of former Dolphins defensive lineman Randy Crowder — retired from football in 2011 after being released by the team.The former player's frank but embarrassing confession went...
Via The Other Paper
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Channing Crowder: I peed my pants during every game I played

Former Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder says he used to pee his pants during every single game of his NFL career. No, that isn’t his way of saying he used to be nervous during games. He actually went to the bathroom in his pants. As Awful Announcing pointed out, Crowder recently took part in a trivia […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Former Dolphins LB Channing Crowder admits that he urinated on himself during every game (video)

In an interview with NFL Films for a trivia segment to air on “NFL Films Presents,” retired linebacker Channing Crowder freely — almost proudly — admitted that during every game of his six-year NFL career with the Miami Dolphins, he relieved himself in his uniform. Every game. Crowder says he’d “…pee down his leg every […]The post Former Dolphins LB Channing Crowder...
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November 21, 2013  |  1 Comment

Former NFL Linebacker Channing Crowder Peed His Pants During Games

Retired NFL linebacker Channing Crowder was feared on the field, not so much for his play, but for his sopping wet pants. Crowder shared his special tactic to cause players to avoid him on this NFL Films video. Crowder would piss his pants. He didn’t just do it once for a goof, he hit the golden showers every game, even with his bright white home Miami Dolphins jersey. If Crowder...
Via Next Impulse Sports
November 21, 2013  |  Discuss

If peeing your pants is cool, consider Channing Crowder the new Miles Davis

Retired linebacker Channing Crowder has a very odd admission he felt compelled to share with NFL Films, who was doing an obscure trivia segment for NFL Films Presents. While I was happy to learn that Eli Manning juggles, Peyton gleeks, Mike Tomlin was a Geography prodigy growing up, Jeff Fisher can't hear out of his right ear, and LaRon Landry has a pet monkey inspired by Ace...
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November 21, 2013  |  Discuss
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