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Donte Whitner is a bad guy

Posted on: August 5, 2011 11:49 am
 
Donte Whitner is a liar and a fraud, and the Bengals have had plenty of those over the years. Good riddance to you, Whitner. Didn't want you in Cincinnati anyway.

But the way he went about his business, choosing the 49ers over the Bengals ...

Disgraceful. Just awful. Donte Whitner had come to terms with the Bengals -- agreed on a contract and everything -- and then pulled a Carlos Boozer and took more money from someone else.

On the intellectual side, I get it. X dollars from one team, or X-plus-Y dollars from another? You choose X-plus-Y ...

... unless you've already given your word to the team offering X. And then you stick by your word, because that's what an honorable person does.

Whitner isn't honorable. He's a clown. And then, after Tweeting that he had would play for the Bengals, he had the gall to Tweet that he would play for the 49ers instead and credited God for the change of plans.

As if God would approve of the way Donte Whitner went about this whole thing.

Stupid. Appalling. Self-centered.

Given all that, Whitner would have been the perfect Bengal. But we're getting rid of clowns like that in Cincinnati, so it's for the best that this one didn't come here after all.




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Comments

Since: May 30, 2007
Posted on: August 5, 2011 12:00 pm
 

Donte Whitner is a bad guy

The best part was when he sent out a tweet apologizing, i'll copy n' paste it.
I wanna. Apologize to whodey nation & billsnation for that premature report! Definantly was my intention to deceive sorry"

Freudian slip?



Since: Nov 12, 2006
Posted on: August 5, 2011 11:55 am
 

Donte Whitner is a bad guy

Comedy Central offers Gregg Doyel 3 year deal for 4 million dollars...Doyel tells Comedy Central he verbally accepts offer.

CBS News offers Gregg Doyel 3 year deal worth 8 million dollars...Doyel Accepts better offer after previously committing.

Whats wrong with what Whitner did?



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