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Former NFL safety Hamza Abdullah goes in on the NFL

Former NFL safety Hamza Abdullah went off on Twitter on Thursday in an emotional diatribe  where he questioned the league’s actual concern for its players, disgust in the denial of benefits for former players, and even compared it the NFL to slavery. Abdullah also mentioned that although he has a wife and three children, he doesn’t want to wake up in the morning. Definitely...
Via Jocks and Stiletto Jill
November 01, 2013  |  Discuss

Ex-NFL Hamza Abdullah Goes On Twitter Rant, Compares League To Slavery

Today former NFL safety Hamza Abdullah went on an extensive twitter rant, in which he questioned the league’s concern for its players, expressed disgust in their denial of benefits for ex-players, and even compared it the NFL to slavery. H/T: USA Today Hopefully these very legitimate concerns aren’t lost among this sea of tweets.  Unfortunately, more players than you’d...
Via BlackSportsOnline
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Former NFL Safety Hamza Abdullah Rips NFL With Expletive-Laden Rant, Says Players Are ‘Slaves’

The NFL is working to improve the league’s safety regulations for players, but that campaign started a bit too late for some players. Safety Hamza Abdullah, who played seven seasons with the Broncos, Browns and Cardinals, spent about an hour attacking the NFL  for their mishandling of player safety in a long expletive-laden Twitter rant on Thursday. Abdullah, 30, ripped the...
Via NESN.com
October 31, 2013  |  1 Comment

Former NFL player Abdullah rails against NFL

Former Cardinals defensive back Hamza Abdullah took to Twitter on Thursday to blast the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell for not doing enough to ensure players' well-being. In dozens of profanity-laced tweets, Abdullah said on his verified account that the NFL treats players like slaves, that Goodell would sell his ''soul for a dollar,'' and that the league...
Via AP on Fox
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Ex-player Hamza Abdullah savages NFL in profanity-laced Twitter rant

Hamza Abdullah spent parts of seven seasons in the National Football League with stints on the rosters of the Denver Broncos and Cleveland Browns and finally, the Arizona Cardinals. His last season in the NFL was in 2011, when he appeared in all 16 games for the team. On Thursday, Abdullah went off on the […]The post Ex-NFL safety Hamza Abdullah savages league in profanity-laced...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Former NFL safety absolutely blasts league in profane Twitter rant

Former NFL safety Hamza Abdullah became the latest to speak out against the league’s treatment of current and former players on Thursday morning. Abdullah, who played parts of seven seasons with four different teams, took to Twitter to blast the NFL and criticize the way he was treated before, during, and after his professional career. The tweets are very emotional and include...
Via The Nosebleeds
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Former NFL Safety Absolutely Blasts League In Bizarre Twitter Rant

Former NFL safety Hamza Abdullah became the latest to speak out against the league’s treatment of current and former players on Thursday morning. Abdullah, who played parts of seven seasons with four different teams, took to Twitter to blast the NFL and criticize the way he was treated before, during, and after his professional career. The tweets are very emotional and include...
Via Next Impulse Sports
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Former NFL Safety Blasts League on Twitter with Expletive-Laden Rant

Hamza Abdullah was drafted in the seventh round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He played for the Buccaneers, Browns, Broncos and Cardinals. He made 88 tackles in his career while forcing three fumbles, and he is not happy with the league, nor NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Abdullah took to Twitter this morning and ripped the NFL in an expletive-laden rant. He compared playing in the league...
Via Down and Distance
October 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Cards Abdullah Does the Right Thing

Arizona Cardinals safety Hamza Abdullah has stepped up.  The other day I mentioned how he should look at himself in the mirror before blaming Cards fans for the loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.  After re-reading comments, I don’t believe he was blaming the Cards fans however calling them out and saying the Cards need Cards fans, not opponent fans in University of Phoenix Stadium...
Via Raising Zona
October 27, 2011  |  Discuss

Cardinals Abdullah Has a Point but Should Point Finger at Self First

Arizona Cardinals safety Hamza Abdullah had the guts to do something few athletes do, to call out his own fans.  As we all know by now, this past Sunday University of Phoenix Stadium more resembled Heinz Field in Pittsburgh with all the Terrible Towels being waved around like it was cool.  Abdullah actually had the audacity to say he was disappointed in the Birdgang (the affectionate...
Via Raising Zona
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss
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