Twitter continues to be one of my favorite sources of entertainment when Warren Sapp (@QBKilla) “implied” that the snitch in the New Orleans Saints bounty scandal was none other than Jeremy Shockey (@JeremyShockey). Shockey quickly responded with tweets denying any involvement. Even Shockey’s former teammate Michael Strahan joined in to defend Jeremy.
This Twitter slap fight comes in the wake of the NFL handing out some crazy punishments in the Saints bounty scandal. Head Coach, Sean Payton, will be suspended for the entire 2012 football season. His suspension will cost him close to $7 million dollars.