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Redskins_P 02-10-2005 10:52 AM

He's baaaack!
This guy is unbelievable......FredEx just give it up man.


cpayne5 02-10-2005 11:23 AM

I just heard his comments on The Herd. At first I thought he was being facetious, but now I think he's just a moron that is making a name for himself the only way he knows how.

Belicheck took a shot at him last night on Jay Leno. He said that he got Rodney Harrison back by dropping two balls. Kinda funny.

FRPLG 02-10-2005 11:25 AM

What's amazing is that when he talks he actually has a tendency to make sense. He just has no filter(like a 4 year old) and has no ability to parse his words. He justs says the first stuff off the top of his head. He didn't really say anything that controversial he was just honest. Jacksonville did suck, the game is basically just about money, the Patriots did react like little girls, he did catch fewer passes because TO played. But man does he like the sound of his own voice. Where did all this come from all of a sudden this year?

BDBohnzie 02-10-2005 11:30 AM

he has to be one of the most ignorant people in professional football...period

MTK 02-10-2005 11:49 AM

I'm so tired of hearing from this guy, I wish he would just shut his trap already. Excuses, excuses from this guy. Funny how he thinks he got under the Patriots' skin, well he's responding to them just like they did, except the Patriots got the last laugh with what really matters, the win, what a hypocrite.

He just doesn't get it.

SmootSmack 02-10-2005 12:04 PM

Looks like FedEx might not be too happy with him either, from the Philadelphia Inquirer:

[Quote]As Eagles fever soared, "FredEx" shirts and caps went up for sale on wide receiver Freddie Mitchell's Web site.

And now a certain delivery service - not known for dropping the ball - is taking a look at that FredEx logo, which apparently is unauthorized.

Lindon Leader dazzled the design world in 1994 when he created the trademarked FedEx logo, whose right-pointing arrow shows up subtly inside the "Ex." The developer of FredEx seems to have simply snuggled a letter "r" inside the word.

FedEx spokesman Jim McCluskey, noting that FedEx is the official shipper of the National Football League, said the company would "approach this in a courteous manner... . If we do find a violation of our brand, we'll ask that it stop."[/Quote]

skinsguy 02-10-2005 12:44 PM

This is the only way Mitchell can get into the headlines....certainly not for his play....lol

CROOKEDSKINS 02-10-2005 12:46 PM

what a jackass

MTK 02-10-2005 12:47 PM

I was wondering about the logo myself, just looks too similar to the FedEx one, I knew sooner or later FedEx would have something to say about it.

Redskins_P 02-10-2005 01:05 PM

What really struck me was that he called out his own teammate TO. You just don't do that. After TO's performance in the SB he earned alot of respect from me. The guy played like a warrier.

I'm pretty sure Freddie is as good as gone from Philly. Lets just hope that Belt Buckle Danny won't try to get him here in DC.

jdlea 02-10-2005 01:20 PM

Have I mentioned I hate Freddie Mitchell?

TheMalcolmConnection 02-10-2005 03:59 PM

He has risen to my most-hated player in professional sports currently.

Riggo44 02-10-2005 04:39 PM

[QUOTE=jdlea]Have I mentioned I hate Freddie Mitchell?[/QUOTE]
I with you. :vomit-smi

SmootSmack 02-11-2005 11:44 AM

Bill Belichick put it best in this week's Sports Illustrated:

"All he does is talk, Belichick said of Mitchell long after the game as he sat in his locker room office, his feet propped up on a desk. "He's terrible and you can print that. I was happy when he was in the game."

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