As the Cardinals played the Raiders, injured defensive end Darnell Dockett reminded Oakland's fans that their team is a trash heap. He used a whiteboard to illustrate his main point.
On Monday, video of a particularly nasty brawl between Cardinals and 49ers fans made its way around the internet, and one participant in particular caught the eye of Cardinals defensive end Darnell Dockett.
Here's Darnell Dockett exercising his right to a speedy and public trial in the court of public opinion. And The verdict is in: unfunny and racist!
And I guess security let him through? The Arizona Cardinals' defensive tackle has yet to elaborate on this from earlier today:
R.kelly is the shit, I don't care how many kids he done pee pee on!��— DARNELL DOCKETT (@ddockett) July 1, 2013
Chris Rix, former Florida State Seminoles quarterback and current college football insider for Fox Sports, went on Jay Mohr's radio show yesterday and gay-baited his former teammate, Darnell Dockett, who currently plays defensive end for the Arizona Cardinals. Things get started at the 2:42 mark of the audio clip…
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This Manti Te'o business is on everyone's mind, including Darnell Dockett's. The Arizona Cardinals defensive end is sympathetic to Manti's situation, and has some interesting ideas on how to cheer Manti up:
On Sunday, the Jets had the ball deep in Arizona territory and a one-point lead. The directive came in from the Cardinals' sideline: Let them score a touchdown, so Arizona could get the ball back down eight with more than a minute remaining. Sound advice, though it was mooted when Shonn Greene intentionally slid at…
Down a point and the clock running out, the Cardinals had one and only one chance to win the game: Intentionally the Jets score a touchdown, and get the ball back with two minutes left. The Arizona defense did what it had to, parting like the Red Sea for Shonn Greene. But Greene smartly slid at the one-yard-line, so…