You’d think with having to deal with the commissioner as much as he does, Vontaze Burfict would want get on Roger Goodell’s good side.
The notoriously dirty Oakland Raiders linebacker was suspended for the entire year earlier in the season for an egregious helmet-to-helmet hit on tight end Jack Doyle of the Colts, losing his appeal thereafter.
Burfict spoke to The Athletic’s Vic Tafur, and did not hold back on Goodell when detailing their meeting in New York regarding his appeal.
“He was a total b—h. He was a b—h. He didn’t let anybody speak; he rushed us in and out of the meeting. The meeting was bulls–t. He already had the suspension in his hand.”
“They didn’t give a f–k about that s–t,” Burfict said.
“I met (commissioner) Roger Goodell in New York and he was a total bitch,” Burfict said. “He was a bitch. He didn’t let anybody speak, he rushed us in and out of the meeting. The meeting was bullshit. He already had the suspension in his hand.” https://t.co/6gQtjOYhdw
— John Middlekauff (@JohnMiddlekauff) November 16, 2019