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Sapp Reports Shockey Is Saints Bounty Snitch

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Former NFL defensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp raised a lot of eyebrows today when he tweeted that former Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey was the whistle-blower in the Saints bounty case.

Shockey responded with a tweet of his own, responding, “my ass!!! I don’t even play defense! Haha.”

Shockey played for the Carolina Panthers last season, but spent 2008-2010 in New Orleans. That timeline means Shockey could have been privy to the first two seasons of “bounty gate.”

Do you buy Sapp’s tweet? Do you think Shockey was the bounty ‘snitch’?

For more on the Saints’ punishments, including the entire NFL statement on the findings, click here.

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